The total amount of e-waste produced in the country is rapidly aggrandizing. On a global scale, out of 44.7 million tons of e-waste generated across the world, India produces two million tons of e-waste every year. According to various industry reports, by end of 2018, the WEEE (Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment) produced is likely to hit three million tons. E-waste sector growing at a CAGR 30 percent is going to touch 5.2 million metric tonnes per annum by 2020. Recycling of electronic waste is the future. Conventionally it is 100 times cheaper than extracting it from ores. E-waste sector definitely is an underexplored opportunity waiting around the corner for many entrepreneurs and investors. At the same time, it is also one of the most unorganized and disorganized...
Nandini Mukherjee, Managing Editor
Sumit Sabharwal, Managing Director, OCS Group India
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Michael Shea, CIO, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Vaibhav Chavan, Founder & CEO, underDOGS Gaming Private Limited.
Anushree Srivastava, CEO, Zvesta
Vinay Singhal, CEO & Co-Founder, WittyFeed
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