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Vijay Sales Baner Road pune

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Vijay Sales Baner Road pune

Vijay Sales Baner Road Pune
From Pune take the fly-over and take the Baner Exit. Look for Hotel Mahabaleshwar. Vijay Sales has a wide range of Color TVs, Micro waves, LCD TVs, Plasma TVs, Digital cameras, Mobile Phones, Washing Machines, Music Systems, Laptops and more.
The number of transistors on a chip will double about every two years. And Intel has kept that pace for nearly 40 years. Moore's Law
"We have another 10 to 20 years before we reach a fundamental limit. By then they'll be able to make bigger chips and have transistor budgets in the billions." TechWorld
Baner Road Pune Electronics Show room: Vijay Sales
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Near Hotel Mahabaleshwar
Baner Road
Pune 411045
Landmark:Hotel Mahabaleshwar, Nearby Locations: Symantec Campus RMZ Icon, Staples Baner Store, Aztecsoft ltd, Bank of Baroda, Hotel Tulsi, Mauli Petrol Pump.

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For Pune E-waste check Maharashtra Pollution control Board. In case you have more information please share with me at Punemateonline@gmail.com
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However the scale of the problem is simply immense. About 3.3 lakh tonnes of e-waste generated in 2007 was dumped into the rivers, land fills and sewage drains. While the chemicals used to corrode e-waste seep into the ground, e-waste junk like refrigerator bodies, compressors from air conditioners and waste plastic used to make phones just keep on piling up. Economic times


Tackling e-waste: A major concern ---- Economic times
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Some computer re-cycling facts and guidelines can be found here.
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MPCB set to track hazardous waste electronically --- Times of India
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President-elect Obama has pledged to spend $150 billion over five years in green technology Green Computing
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Delhi could be a global E-waste capital ---Times of India
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PCMC to begin e-waste project ---- E Waste Guide
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E Waste flood alert ---- Times of India
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Toxics Link  is an environmental NGO, dedicated to bring toxic related information into the public domain
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Between 1980 and 2007 about 110 million computer units (desktops, monitors, notebooks) were considered obsolete and disposed. Every year only about 18% of these units are recycled at all. The rest of these units end up in landfills or shipped, and dumped in third world countries. Green Coms
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