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Sustainable Management of Electronic Waste

Kumar, Abhishek / Rathore, Pramod Singh / Dubey, Ashutosh Kumar / Srivastav, Arun Lal / Dutt, Vishal / Ananthkumar, T. (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage Februar 2024
448 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-394-16617-6
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Written and edited by a group of industry professionals, this new volume provides cutting-edge insights into how the sustainability of managing electronic waste can be achieved, for engineers, scientists, and students.

As a result of the rapid advancement of technology and the globalization of the economy, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) management has become increasingly important. Manufacturers are especially concerned about the proper disposal of their waste, and researchers need to identify the obstacles and enablers that stand in the way of implementing a long-term WEEE management system in order to develop a long-term WEEE management system. Further, the literature did not adequately capture the perspectives of multiple stakeholders while also identifying the enablers required for the development of sustainable WEEE management policies, which was particularly important in developing countries.

This volume fills a gap in the literature by considering the perspectives of multiple stakeholders to identify enablers of sustainable WEEE management in emerging economies which was previously unexplored. This book focuses on the most recent technological advancements for the twenty-first century, emphasizing the synergies that exist between computer science, bioinformatics, and other sciences. The research and development of artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain technologies, quantum computing with cryptography, nanotechnology, sensors based on biotechnology, Internet of Things devices, nature-inspired algorithms, computer vision techniques, computational biology, and other topics are covered in this book, along with their applications in the fields of science, engineering, physical science, and economics. Modern environmental techniques are among the most innovative innovations emerging as a result of the insatiable demand for health standards in the modern world.

Foreword xvii

Preface xix

1 Integration of Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Energy Management 1
Bhanu Chander and Kumaravelan Gopalakrishnan

2 Artificial Neural Network Process Optimization for Predicting the Thermal Properties of Biomass: Recent Advances and Future Challenges 47
S. Dayana Priyadharshini and M. Arvindhan

3 E-Waste Management and Bioethanol Production 67
Anshu Sibbal Chatli

4 A Novel-Based Smart Home Energy Management System for Energy Consumption Prediction Using a Machine Learning Algorithm 79
N. Deepa, Devi T., S. Rakesh Kumar and N. Gayathri

6 Comprehensive Review of IoT-Based Green Energy Monitoring Systems 113
Aishwarya V.

7 The Contribution of Renewable Energy with Artificial Intelligence to Accomplish Organizational Development? Goals and Its Impacts 145
K. M. Baalamurugan and Aanchal Phutela

8 Current Trends in E-Waste Management 167
Anjali Sharma, Devkant Sharma, Deepshi Arora and Ajmer Singh Grewal

9 Current E-Waste Management: An Exploratory Study on Managing E-Waste for Environmental Sustainability 187
Shweta Solanki and Pramod Singh Rathore

10 Challenges in E-Waste Management 201
Himani Bajaj, Anjali Sharma, Deepshi Arora, Mayank Yadav, Devkant Sharma and Prabhjot Singh Bajwa

11 Recycling of Electronic Wastes: Practices, Recycling Methodologies, and Statistics 221
Suresh Chinnathampy M., Ancy Marzla A., Aruna T., Dhivya Priya E. L., Rindhiya S. and Varshini P.

12 Sustainable Development Through the Life Cycle of Electronic Waste Management 237
D. Magdalin Mary, S. Jaisiva, C. Kumar and P. Praveen Kumar

13 E-Waste Challenges & Solutions 255
K. Dhivya and G. Premalatha

14 Global Challenges of E-Waste: Its Management and Future Scenarios 277
Pranay Das and Swati Singh

15 Impact of E-Waste on Reproduction 293
Adrija Roy, Sayantika Mukherjee, Dipanwita Das and Amrita Saha

16 Challenges in Scale-Up of Bio-Hydrometallurgical Treatment of Electronic Waste: From Laboratory-Based Research to Practical Industrial Applications 301
Ana Cecilia Chaine Escobar, Andrew S. Hursthouse and Eric D. van Hullebusch

17 Current Advances in Recycling of Electronic Wastes 341
Kumar Sagar Maiti, Irin Khatun, Serma Rimil Hansda and Dipankar Ghosh

18 E-Waste: The Problem and the Solutions 375
Krati Taksali and Pramod Singh Rathore

19 Contribution of E-Waste Management in Green Computing 397
Shweta Sharma and Vishal Dutt

References 411

Index 413
Abhishek Kumar, PhD, is an assistant director and associate professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at Chandigarh University, Punjab, India. He is also a post-doctoral fellow at the Ingenium Research Group Lab, Universidad De Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain. He has published over 150 publications in scientific journals and conferences and is a series E\editor for three books series. He is also working on numerous books for Scrivener Publishing.

Pramod Singh Rathore is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer and Communication Engineering at Manipal University Jaipur, India. He is pursuing his doctorate in computer science engineering from the University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur. With over 11 years of academic teaching experience, he has published more than 65 papers in scientific journals, books, and conferences. He has co-authored and edited numerous books and is working on numerous books for Scrivener Publishing.

Ashutosh Kumar Dubey, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at Chitkara University School of Engineering and Technology, Himachal Pradesh, India. He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Ingenium Research Group Lab, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain. He has more than 16 years of teaching experience and has authored or edited 15 books and has published over 65 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings. He serves as an editor, editorial board member, and reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed journals.

Arun Lal Srivastav, PhD, is working as associate professor at the Chitkara University School of Engineering and Technology, Chitkara University, Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, India. He has published more than 80 research papers in various prestigious journals and is the editor of 17 books.

Vishal Dutt is currently working as a technical trainer at Chandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab, India with a strong background in academia and industry. With over seven years of teaching and research experience, he has authored over 50 scientific journals, conferences, and book chapters. He has contributed to the editorial process of many books and is currently working on three more publications.

T. Ananthkumar, PhD, is working as an assistant professor at the IFET College of Engineering affiliated with Anna University, Chennai. His fields of interest are networks on chips, computer architecture, and application-specific integrated circuit design. He is a life member of the International Society of Technology in Education and has many patents in various domains. He has written many book chapters and edited four books.

A. Kumar, Chandigarh University, India; P. S. Rathore, Manipal University Jaipur, India; A. K. Dubey, Chitkara University School of Engineering and Technology, India; A. L. Srivastav, Chitkara University, India; V. Dutt, Chandigarh University, India; T. Ananthkumar, Anna University, India