Facts & Figures at a Glance
- 31 multinational and 19 national companies selling IT, telecom and consumer electronics included in the study.
- 17 companies in the lowest band red (Bad), another 15 feature in the yellow band (Not so good). 11 companies make it to the blue band (Fair). Only 7 out of the 50 companies included in the study make it to the green band (good).
- Many leading companies, including multinational brands, are in the red category, signifying bad performance on the defined scale.
- More than 50% of the Indian companies included in the study have failed to set up any take back system in the country.
- 31 out of the 50 companies do not provide any information on physical collection points for consumers. Only 4 brands have more than 100 collection points.
- No information was available with the helpline of 72% of the companies. Most company collection points did not adequate information.
- Most SPCBs, the monitoring agency, have no mechanism in place for monitoring the system set up by Producers or the environmental standards maintained by the processing plants.
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