Our Process

The E-waste is recycled in the following manner:

  • Step1: Collection

    Collection of e-waste from various sources.

  • Step2: Segregation

    Segregation of waste in different categories.

  • Step3: Dismantling

    Dismantling of waste in order to facilitate machine separation.

  • Step4: Mechanical Separation

    Separation of different components via machinery.

  • Step5: Recycling

    Recycling of different component in recycling plant.

About Recycling

  • E-waste is the most rapidly growing segment of the municipal solid waste stream.
  • E-waste contains many valuable, recoverable materials such as aluminum, copper, plastics, and ferrous metals. In order to conserve natural resources and the energy needed to produce new electronic equipment from virgin resources, electronic equipment can be refurbished, reused, and recycled instead of being landfilled.
  • E-waste also contains toxic and hazardous materials including mercury, lead, cadmium, beryllium, chromium, and chemical flame retardants, which have the potential to leach into our soil and water.
  • India’s hospitals to see patients with 30 times the expected level of lead in their blood.
  • In India , a water sample revealed levels of lead 190 times as high as the drinking water standard set by the World Health organization.
  • Old computers and mobiles are being dumped in India where they are releasing toxic materials into the environment.
  • A pile of 500 computers contains 717 kg of lead ,1.36 kg of cadmium ,863 grams of chromium and 287 grams of mercury all poisonous metals. CRT tubes contain avg 4 pounds of lead.