E-waste recycling involves reuse and reprocessing of electrical and electronic components of any type that has been discarded or considered as obsolete. India is among the top five waste generating countries, with around 2 million tons of e-waste generated annually. Continuous innovation and up gradation in technology, the rapid growth of technological adaption and a high rate of obsolescence in electronics have led the e-waste sector to become one of the fastest-growing waste streams in the world consisting of outdated electrical and electronic products. With increasing government initiatives, amendments in waste, management rules and subsidies offered for plant and machinery, e-waste recycling business can become a profitable business opportunity.
- 1. Business Feasibility Study Report Business Model Project Report Business Plan Detailed Project Report Available Reports on this Title – http://meticulousbplans.com/product/e-waste-recycling-management-business/ E-Waste Recycling/Management Business
- 2. Executive Summary and Analysis * E-waste recycling involves reuse and reprocessing of electrical and electronic components of any type that has been discarded or considered as obsolete. Recycling helps in extracting the valuable metals and components which can be sold into the market for reuse. * India is among the top five waste generating countries, with around 2 million tons of e-waste generated annually. Digital transformation, dumping the trash, rate of obsolescence, etc. are the major factors leading to the growth of e-waste. * As per MBP analysis, the E-waste recycling sector in India is growing at a CAGR of 30% presenting numerous opportunities in terms of investment, infrastructure development and jobs in the e-waste sector.
- 3. Competitive Advantage & Pre-requisite Competitive Advantages1 2 4 5 Market Potential Employment Generation Government Support 3 Raw Material Availability Revenue Generation Pre-requisite Skilled Employee Business License Land location Required Technical Expert Supply Chain and Logistics
- 4. Market Dynamics Growth Drivers Opportunities Challenges Threat * Decreased life span of electronic devices. * Rapid technology advances. * Providing training about hazards & safe work practice. * Supply safe tools and Personal Protective Equipment to each worker. * Health risk with contact of harmful materials such as; lead, chromium, etc. * Impact on Environment. * Increasing government initiatives. * Amendments in waste. * Management rules and subsidies offered for plant and machinery.
- 5. Financial Summary * Project – E-Waste Recycling/Management Business * Product Type- IT, Telecom, Consumer goods, Large home appliances, etc. * Initial Investment ~ 40 Lakhs INR * Capital Investment ~ 20 Lakhs INR
- 6. 1. Skilled Labor – XX 2. Unskilled Labor – XX 3. Driver – X 4. Plant executive – X ( for Dock, Process, Product, Store & for Lab) 5. Supervisor – X 6. Operator -X 7. Admin Executive – X (Admin, HR, Account & Finance) 8. Marketing Executive – x (Sales & Marketing) 9. Director – X (Admin, Operation, Marketing & Finance) ▪ IT, ▪ Telecom, ▪ Consumer goods, ▪ Large home appliances , etc. Type Employment Generation Manpower Required 1. PAN & TAN 2. MSME Registration 3. Shop Act 4. GST 5. XXX 6. XXX 7. XXX 8. XXX 9. XXX List Business & Industry Requirement Legal Requirements E-Waste Recycling/Management Business Project Profile – Project Details Product Portfolio Skilled Labor & Executive Employee
- 7. Slide Title Operation Details 1. Operation – 1st Year – XX%, Second Year – XX% and 3rd Year – XXX% 2. Working Days – X00 Per Annum 3. Land Requirement – Non Fertile Agri Land / Industrial Land 4. Area Required – X Acres 5. Power Requirement – XX – X00 Kw (x Phase) 6. Water Requirement – XX,000 LPD 7. Transportation – XX, Km Budget (INR) 1. Pre-operative Expenses – XX,00,000 2. Fixed Capital – XX,00,00,000 3. Working Capital ( X Month) – X,00,00,000 4. Total Investment – XX,00,00,000 5. Cost Per Unit – XX INR 6. Price Per Unit – XX INR 7. Profitability – XX % 8. BEP – XX Years 9. ROI – XX % Start-up Budget and Production Details
- 8. Recent News(timeline) & MBP Analysis * Bengaluru startup “Binbag” has recycled over 500 tonnes of e-waste from across the length and breadth of the country since its inception in 2014. * Singapore-based IT waste recycling company TES has opened two battery recycling facilities which will offer the “highest commodity-grade recovery rates in the industry” for lithium and cobalt as well as copper and aluminum. It has also revealed plans to reuse spent electric vehicle batteries for commercial and residential energy storage applications. * Environmental compliance scheme Ecosurety launched a £1million innovation and research fund for projects that seek to reduce the impact of packaging, batteries or electronic waste on the environment.
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