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Workshop on 'E-Waste Management- Challenges, Prospects & Strategies' organised

Panaji, Mar 23 (UNI) PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in association with World Trade Center, Goa, Ministry of Environment Forest & Climate Change and Goa State Pollution Control Board organised a workshop on "E-Waste Management - Challenges, Prospects and Strategies''.

Revati Mujumdar, CEO, Goa Electronics Limited, opined that E-Waste was a matter of serious concern for the country as India ranked 5th in production of E-Waste in the world.
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