As recorded, India produced 3.2 million tonnes of e-waste in 2019, ranking third, only after China and the United States that produced 10.1 million tonnes and 6.9 million tonnes respectively. IT and communication sector growth have amplified the usage of electronic equipment exponentially. With the age of fast-upgrade electronic products, it is ever important to maintain a balance between production and e-waste management. E-waste management firms are focused on recycling e-waste products. As per the ASSOCHAM-EY joint report on `Electronic Waste Management in India', the country is poised to produce 5 million tonnes of e-waste in 2021. This study also claimed that computer equipment and mobile phones as the primary waste generating products in India.
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