Recycling and disposal of electronic waste

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Toxic metals and chemicals can be found in consumer electronics. Such as televisions, computers, and DVD players. 

Also Read: E-Waste Recycling

These gadgets are safe to use in your home on a daily basis. However, in certain circumstances, when abandoned. They might leach heavy metals and other poisons into the environment. Keep them out of the garbage to protect yourself and the environment.

Electronic devices that are covered

  • There may be additional charges. So shop around for the best deal.
  • Make sure the collector will accept your stuff by contacting them.
  • Some collection sites are only open to inhabitants of the city or county.
  • Contact your county’s solid waste office for suggestions if your county doesn’t have any listed collectors.

Anything with a circuit board can be recycled

The same goes for mercury-containing components and rechargeable batteries.

Speak with a recycler in your area. You can help by not throwing anything away that has a circuit board on it:

  • Televisions
  • Monitors
  • Cell Phones
  • Laptops
  • Computers
  • DVD and VCR Players
  • FAX Machines
  • PDAs

Stop e-waste from becoming a problem.

  • Make the most of your products by using them for as long as feasible. By purchasing a converter box or viewing TV via satellite or cable, you can extend the life of your analogue television.
  • Donate your television to an electronics-accepting thrift store or give it away online through Craigslist or Freecycle.

Recycling schemes run by manufacturers

Several major computer and electronics manufacturers are providing consumers with recycling and reuse options for their branded devices. This is especially frequent with older computers and computer accessories.

What is Electronic Waste (E-Waste)?

Ecoreco, India’s first E-Waste recycling company, is presenting this ground-breaking and game-changing solution to anyone looking for a sustainable way to serve oneself, society, and the country. 


Recycling of E-waste

Ecoreco’s WEEE Recycling plant handles the entire e-waste process, providing comprehensive environmental protection and maximizing the amount of reused material recovered from discarded electronic equipment. Materials such as gold, aluminum, silver, and copper are removed. rom scraped electronics using modern technology for precious metal recovery.

Destruction of Data

Ecoreco has built India’s first mobile shredding facility, which addresses clients’ data security concerns by destroying 100 percent confidential data at the client’s location (onsite).

Recycling of Lamps

Ecoreco established a Lamp Recycling Facility in 2008. Despite the fact that it is not a regulated sector. Ecoreco’s Lamp Recycling on Wheels operation offers both on-site and off-site recycling services.

Logistics in reverse

Ecoreco has a well-developed reverse logistics network that promotes formal e-waste recycling. We own a number of trucks and containers, as well as partnerships with a number of top logistics firms. To support our strategy of restoring basic minerals to specific industries without supporting additional mine closures.

Asset Management is the management of assets

Ecoreco believes in repurposing abandoned components and equipment by employing environmentally beneficial methods. We have a team of certified engineers who are responsible for salvaging and restoring assets. Every year in December, Ecoreco hosts an E-waste week. During which we ask businesses to contribute computers for rehabilitation and distribution to the less fortunate.

EPR Collaboration

Extended Producers Responsibility (EPR) and Environment Protection Responsibility (EPR) are two ways to express EPR (EPR).

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