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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Current Situation, Perception And Proposal Regarding The Management Of Waste Of Electrical And Electronic Devices In The City Of Lima. 2020

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AUTHOR(S)

Peña, C., Kaseng, F., Romero, M.

 

KEYWORDS

Waste electrical and electronic equipment, WEEE management, WEEE process, WEEE regulations

 

ABSTRACT

In the present investigation titled “Current Situation, Perception and Proposal Regarding the Management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the City of Lima. 2020 ”, its objective is to describe the current situation, the perception of the campaigns and reach a proposal for measures aimed at reducing the gap between the generation and collection of WEEE in the city of Lima. The research is descriptive and has a non-experimental cross-sectional design. As conclusions we have that: there are in the city of Lima and Callao, 93 collection centers, the vast majority of which collect cell phones and accessories, 18.5% of those surveyed affirm that they know the regulations, there is little statistical data on WEEE in the different districts of the city of Lima, the levels of effectiveness of the awareness campaigns, this is very low (2.9% approach the collection centers). Finally we propose measures to reduce the gap between the levels of generation and collection of WEEE.

 

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