The from (PCB)printed circuits boards wire enclosed cables,

The more wastes from electronics products including
more toxic elements such as lead and 
cadmium in the electronic circuit boards and batteries; lead oxides and
cadmium substances in all computer monitor cathode ray tubes (CRTs) mercury in
electronic switches and miniature circuit switches, computer screen monitors;
lithium and cadmium in computer and mobile batteries, polychlorinated biphenyls
(PCB)in past capacitors and transformers, and brominates flames from
(PCB)printed circuits boards wire enclosed cables, PVC cables insulation that
releasing more toxic dioxins  when burned
to that copper products from the cable wires. There are 14 States that
contributeupto73 of the total electronic wastes are generated in our country,
while more than 65 cities are generating the total e-wastes in India.  Among the 14 moistest e-wastes generating The
Indian States such as Maharashtra first followed by Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh,
Karnataka, West Bengal, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh. The  Indian cities generating electronic waste  Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmadabad,
Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune, Surat, and Nagpur. The main sources of E-wastes
generated in India. All state governments, public organizations and
private(manufacturing)sectors, which have maximum 80%of total e-waste
generation. The wise of every household is relatively minimum at about23
percent, remaining contributed by electronic manufacturers. Though most of some
individual households are not wastes generated by personal computers, they use
more quantity of consumer longest, therefore, potential generators of waste. An
(IMRB) Indian market Research Bureau conducted the survey of ‘E-waste
generation at Source’ in2016found that most of the total e-waste volume
increase each year in India, desktop computers, televisions, circuit boards and
including servers comprised65% and 34% respectively. India has Import more
mobile phones comprised of3 percent and 2 percent respectively. The recycling
of electronic waste is a major important in India for economy wise and health.
The workers in the electronic recycling sector are dominated by the urban
cities poor with very low literacy rates and although they have the very low
public awareness of E-waste. Among the urban cities are poor, there are a
minimum number of women’s and children’s including in various methods to
recycling activities which further increase the problem of E-wastes they are
more environmental and health vulnerable to the hazards from this kind of
electronic wastes.