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WEEE Compliance India

We want to lower our environmental impact!

Join Barco Electronic System in its waste collection program by correctly disposing E-waste:

Barco Electronic System Private Limited is committed to lower its environmental footprint and that of its customers. More information on Barco’s environmental sustainability strategies and commitment can be found in the annual report (https://ir.barco.com/2022/downloads-and-more). In India as well we have agreements with respected vendors in the field of electronic waste disposal. It is also the responsibility of every customer to ensure that their product is disposed of safely and in the proper method.

As per Rules, 2022" CHAPTER VII, rule 16, sub-rule (1) - If you see the crossed bin symbol on your electronic product such as an LCD Monitor, Projector, Lamps and Audio Video Products, it means that the product is to be considered as E-Waste and cannot be disposed of along with day-to-day household waste in ordinary garbage bins.

Such products have to be disposed of with a designated and authorized collection Point/Centre. To get further information on how to do this please contact to below mentioned email ID or Toll-free numbers. Our designated PRO and recycler will guide you on the proper process for disposal of your used LCD Monitor, Projector, Lamps, and Audio Video Products.

 

PRO: Eikonsem Services Private Limited

Email: engage@eikocircle.com

Toll-free no.: 1800 309 2470

Barco Electronic System Private Limited (Barco) has partnered with Eikonsem Private Limited, a CPCB authorized Producer Responsibility Organization “PRO” (Authorization No. B-29016(110)(PRO)2021/WM-III DIVISION.

At Barco, we are committed to responsible recycling of our end-of-life products and urge all our customers to join our cohesive E-waste movement.

What is "E-Waste"?

The E-waste (Management) Rules of 2022 define ''E-Waste' as electrical and electronic equipment, whole or in part discarded as waste, as well as rejects from manufacturing, refurbishment and repair processes.

Electronics such as monitors, projectors, controllers, displays or even their parts, which have reached the end of their useful life are called "E-Waste". If not recycled in an environmentally sound way, E-waste poses a range of environmental risks. 

Important Do's and Don'ts

• As our valued customer, we encourage you to channelize your E-waste only through the collection channels.

• Do not mix E-waste in your home dustbins with other municipal waste.

• Do not dismantle any electronics/ electrical devices at home. Improper dismantling or recycling of E-waste is harmful for the environment.

• Do not sell the E-waste to any unauthorized agencies/scrap dealer/informal waste collector.

• Keep the product in isolated area, after it becomes non-functional/un-repairable to prevent its accidental breakage.