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Implementing Cleaner Production in Semiconductor and Printed Circuit Board Industry in India

: Sethi, V.C.; Pandey, U.C.; Schischke, K.; Griese, H.; Reichl, H.

Reichl, H.; Griese, H.; Pötter, H. ; Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration -IZM-, Berlin:
Driving forces for future electronics : Joint International Congress and Exhibition Electronics Goes Green 2004+; September 6 - 8, 2004, Berlin, Germany. Proceedings
Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2004
ISBN: 3-8167-6624-2
ISBN: 978-3-8167-6624-7
Joint International Congress and Exhibition "Electronics goes green 2004+" <2, 2004, Berlin>
Fraunhofer IZM ()

It is strategy of UNDP to help countries to strengthen their capacity to address the essential requirements for a sustainable development. This strategy aims at the global, national, and community level, seeking out and sharing best practices, providing innovative policy advice and linking partners through pilot projects. International cooperation is an essential prerequisite for best practice sharing, adapting advanced technologies and management tools for country specific general framework.
Department of Information Technology in collaboration with United Nationals Development Programme (UNDP) has drawn up a National Programme on ?Environmental Management in Semiconductor and Printed Circuit Board Industry in India? to foster environmental management and pollution prevention in Indian Electronics and IT industry. The implementation of this programme has been supported by national and international partners, such as Fraunhofer IZM, Germany, by training and consultancy, US EPA and industry in USA & Europe in providing the information about cleaner production technologies being practiced.
Based on findings concerning best practices in phase I of the project a comprehensive national programme including state of the art technologies and setting up of demonstration facilities for promoting cleaner production in Indian IT and electronics industry covering the selected sub-sector s of the industry has been evolved for implementation in the second phase. These implementation sub-projects for e.g. lead-free soldering, electroless copper plating for making holes conductive, copper recovery from ferric chloride etchant, and sulphuric acid recycling for semiconductor industry are described, showing the benefit for the environment and strategies for technology adaptation for the Indian industry specifically.