Answering systems, which are frequently combined with telephones, offer useful features to both individuals and companies. They do this by storing and recording voice messages in the event that a call is not immediately answered. Indian Technical Standard ITEW16 governs the production and quality requirements for answering systems in India. The aforementioned requirements guarantee that answering systems are created, manufactured, and examined to fulfill acknowledged quality standards, encompassing performance norms, security attributes, and suitability for Indian telecom contexts.
Following these guidelines can help manufacturers build their brand, win over customers, and get their products noticed in the cutthroat market for telecom equipment. Manufacturers who follow these guidelines actively contribute to the country's endeavors to provide businesses and individuals with dependable and secure answering system solutions.
Note: The necessary EPR Registration Certificate must be obtained by manufacturers wishing to sell their answering systems in India.
Answering system makers are required by law to obtain EPR authorization in order to demonstrate their commitment to ethical electronic waste management. This authorization is necessary to address the environmental issues associated with electronic devices and to promote the sustainable disposal of these gadgets at the end of their useful lives. By acquiring an EPR Authorization, system manufacturers can respond, greatly reducing electronic waste and its detrimental impact on the environment. They are essential to the appropriate recycling and disposal of answering systems, reducing their negative effects on landfills and saving priceless resources.
An essential program to handle the expanding problem of managing electronic trash, or "e-waste," is called EPRA, or Extended Producer's Responsibility Authorization. Securing EPR authorization from the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs) and receiving the EPR Registration Certificate from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) are the two steps in the process of obtaining EPR authorization. With the help of EPRA, manufacturers and importers of electronic goods will take over management of e-waste from consumers and local governments. Electronics importers and manufacturers are obligated by EPRA to assume full responsibility for the whole lifecycle of their products, from manufacturing to disposal. Establishing and financing collection networks, recycling centers, and appropriate e-waste disposal techniques are all part of this.