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Hazardous wastes are poisonous by-products of human activities it cause serious harm to human health as well as environment if improperly managed. Hazardous waste contains potentially harmful or polluting chemical compounds, other potentially hazardous agricultural, municipal and industrial byproducts, including biological contaminants and radioactive waste. The waste may be liquid, solid, or sludge and contain chemicals, heavy metals, radiation, dangerous pathogens, or other toxins. If Electronics, batteries, thermostats, oil, and other potentially hazardous wastes are improperly disposed of, they can harm human health and environment. e-waste like computers, printers, and cell phones, they contain toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and cadmium. When they are thrown away in the trash as improper manner, they end up in landfills, and these toxic compounds can leach into soil and water, polluting lakes and streams and making them unfit for drinking, swimming, fishing, and supporting wildlife. People can be exposed to hazardous chemicals in soil or air, if they accidentally ingest it, inhale it in, or have direct skin contact. Children are major susceptible to these exposure pathways. In their daily activities, they have a tendency to frequent hand-to-mouth contact and introduce non-food items into their mouths. People can also exposed to hazardous chemicals through the food. Food contamination can occur if the food has come into contact with hazardous chemicals. It can also occur further down the food chain such as through eating contaminated fish. Many industrial hazardous wastes can be recycled safely and effectively. A hazardous waste is recycled if it is used, reused, or reclaimed. Reclaimed material is processed to recover a usable product. Hazardous waste reclamation activities involve recovery of metals (e.g., recovery of lead) or spent solvents (e.g., recovery of acetone). Recycling of material based on two factors: type of secondary material is being recycled a type of recycling is occurring. In this approach to regulation, recycling standards range from full regulation to specialized standards to exemptions from regulation. Proper management and control can greatly reduce the dangers of hazardous waste. There are many rules for managing hazardous waste and preventing releases into the environment. OMICS Group International is publisher of Open Access publications journals and Organizes 300 International conferences . Every year across USA, Europe & Asia. OMICS group founded in 2007 by Dr.Srinubabu. Sole aim is making the research on Sciences and technology ‘Open Access ‘ It grows successfully with support from 1000 more scientific International Societies ,30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members and and 3.5 million readers. OMICS Group Journals features 400 Open Access publications journals and 21 Days rapid review process with 30,000 Editorial team. OMICS Group 300 International conferences attracts reputed world class scientists, researchers, policy makers and students. Research from various prominent institutions reaches these platforms and they are discussed here with a view to promote knowledge dissemination. Papers presented in the international conferences are published in the respective OMICS Group Journals. OMICS International organizes International workshops and symposiums Science Congress, World Summits across the globe. OMICS Group also provides a dynamic platform for companies to exhibit, launch and showcase their unique strengths, products and services.
e-waste management Conferences in 2015: 1. ICEEWM 2015: XIII International Conference on Environmental, Energy and Waste Management. 2. 3rd annual IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability. 3. Science and Information Conference 2015. 4. ICIHWM 2015: XIII International Conference on Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management 5. WasteExpo in 2015 6. Implementing Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste Technology Platform 7. International Trade Fair on Waste Management, Recycling, Environmental Technologies and Renewable Energy. 8. 'Save the Planet' (waste management, recycling, environment) - South-East European Eco Forum & Exhibition. 9. The 30th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. 10. 6th International Conference on Environmental Science and Development (ICESD 2015) Lists of Societies related to e-waste : 1. International Association of Electronics Recyclers : Albany, NY, US 2. American Chemical Society : USA 3. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency : US 4. Basel Action Network : US 5. World Reuse, Repair, and Recycling Association : US 6. E-Scrap Solutions : US 7. The National Waste & Recycling Association : US 8. Consumer Electronics Association : US 9. STEP : UK 10. Electronic Recycling Association : Canada 11. Bluewater Recycling Association : Canada 12. e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA) : South Africa. 13. E-Parisaraa Pvt. Ltd : India. Major e-waste management Companies: 1. Resource Recycling, Inc : Portland, Oregon, US 2. Republic Services : US 3. Stericycle Professional Services : US 4. Veolia Environmental Services : US 5. Pegasus Sustainability Solutions, Inc. : Fitchburg USA 6. Waste to Green : US 7. Regional Computer Recycling & Recovery (RCR&R) : US 8. American Electronics Recycling : US 9. Electronic Recyclers International, Inc : US 10. e-Stewards : USA 11. Clean Harbors : USA
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