Jeevan Rekha Parishad

E-Waste Management & Recycling – The Exploring Global Electronic Waste Crisis

JRP’s AIM: 

  • Approach the school for organizing an E-Waste program. Organize the program with an E-Waste presentation, video, some environment message giving games, quiz competitions & group discussion.
  • Place a recycle bin in the school.
  • Revisit the school after 10-15 days, collect and document the collection of recycled items.
  • Hand over an environment excellence certificates of appreciation to the student/youth participants.
  • Document the entire process in detail beginning from the initial contact with the school till the end.
  • Plantation of 20-25 trees in each school campus.
  • Make a state level E-Waste workshop
  • End up with an E-Waste publication booklet.

Our achievements: 

  • Collecting these materials in a higher number by the help of the school students we were able to reach our goals:
  • Students/Youth with a age group from 10-18 were aware of the harmfulness to their health and environment created by these E-Waste materials.
  • Clean the environment from E-Waste materials.
  • Only two cities in the country – Delhi and Bangalore – have effective e-waste management systems in place. In Bhubaneswar OSPCB is planning to have a system for e-waste management. This was expressed by the environments in Odisha during the State level E-Waste Management workshop organized by Toxics Link, New Delhi in association with Jeevan Rekha Parishad (JRP) in Bhubaneswar.
  • We were able to plant 10 no. of trees in each school and collected huge amounts of E-Waste phone materials from students such as unused mobile covers, chargers, batteries & ear codes.
  • Helped Nokia to recycle these E-Waste materials and stop cutting trees for new mobile phone production.
  • Cost production of making mobile phones was minimized, which would be helpful for Nokia to make phones at a more cheaper price for the mass population who can buy phones and ultimately set a E-Waste box in each schools and public places to drop in unused phones in those boxes for recycling purpose.
  • E- Waste school clubs / Eco clubs were formed in all the 100 schools. 
  • E- Waste corners were developed in all the 100 schools to continue to receive the E-Waste, 5 mobile sets were repaired and provided to schools for use.

                         Click here to download the workshop report on E-Waste Management and Recycling

Current PROJECTS

Madhu Network Project

Madhu Network Project (MNP)

 

Chilika ECO Project

Chilika ECO Project

 

Master Peace Club India

Master Peace Club India

 

E- Waste Environment Education

E- Waste Environment Education

 

Occupational Health

Occupational Health

 

Education & Rehabilition

Challangers Education & Rehabilition

 

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Good Governance & RTI

 

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Human Rights Networking

 

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Jeevan Jyoti (Health)

 

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Nirmal Gram (Water & Sanitation)

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European Voluntary Services (EVS)

 

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Youth-in-Action

 

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Italian National Youth Civil Services

 

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Phailin

FCRA Compliance



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OUR BOARD MEMBERS

Prof(Ms) Bedabati Mohanty
Ms. Kalpana pattnaik
Ms. Archana Khandayat roy
Ms. P.Das Mohapatra
Ms. Mohapatra Minati Bhanja
Ms. Indra Pattnaik
Ms. Madhusmita Mishra
Dr.(Ms)Anita Choudhury
Dr. Atasi Mohanty
Ms. Manasi Pattnaik
Ms. Sabita Behera

OUR ADVISORS

Dr. Bimalendu Mohanty
(Former Vice chancellor Utkal University of Culture Bhubaneswar)
Mr. Perry Gottesfeld
(Executive Director Occupational Knowledge International ,USA)
Ms. Anima Basak
(Vienna India Women's Assn.Austria)
Ms. Jyosna Chattarjee
(Joint Women's programme New Delhi)

CONTACT US

Adress: 387 Damana Square
Chandra Shekharpur
Bhubaneswar
Pin Code : 751016
State : Odisha

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