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Media Coverage Electronic Waste

Media Coverage:

Toxics Link's reports and campaigns get extensive coverage from the media and the press contacts us for our opinion and quotes while doing stories on various environmental issues throughout the year, resulting in the organization being mentioned in many news stories. Senior Toxics Link staff also get quoted in several interviews.Please find below a compilation of media coverage on elctronic waste.

Delhi's toxic e-waste problemAsiaville

NGT directs DPCC to submit report on 5k illegal e-waste:PTI

After Air Pollution, Delhi Now Has An Ewaste Management Problem:Inc42

Study identifies 15 e-waste processing hotspots in Delhi operating without safeguards:Down To Earth

Where’s our e-waste going?:The Hindu

E-waste management may end up as just junk sans policy support: Experts:Hindustan Times

Delhi civic body will collect e-waste from doorstep, pay for it too:Hindustan Times

What Modi Govt 2.0 Can Do To Fix India’s E-Waste Problem:The Quint

Producers accountability e-waste(d):Governance Now

Disoriented take back policy by electronic giants leads to swelling e-waste: Study:Wionews

Policy gone waste: Study shows failure to take back discarded e-goods for disposal:Times of India

Report: Most manufacturers doing little to dispose of e-waste responsibly:New Indian Express

Your mobile phone is a major contributor to toxic e-waste in the country:The Print

As e-waste continues to pile up, a greater focus on its management is needed:Mongabay

Tough targets hinder e-waste rule rollout:Times of India

E-waste concentration in Indian soil is twice the global average, claims study:Hindustan Times

Lighting firms flout e-waste rule in India: Toxics Link:Economic Times

Majority of Indians unaware of e-waste: Study:Governance Now

Producers shirking e-waste rules, says study:The Hindu

Top companies flout e-waste rules, says study:The Hindu

Sitting on an e-time bomb:Hindustan Times


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