Electrical & Electronic Recycling

 E-waste is electrical and electronic equipment of any kind that has been discarded. Recycling e-waste protects human and environmental health. Improper disposal of e-waste leads to environmental pollution and this may in turn harm human health. The best way to treat e-waste is to recycle it properly. E-waste comprises many different components and requires specialised equipment to dismantle, shred, process and extract the constituent materials that can then be turned into new products. This has to be performed within a controlled system to prevent pollution and ensure workplace safety and health. Recycling e-waste also helps to conserves our earth’s precious natural resources. Recycled material is used to make new products. This reduces the need to mine virgin raw materials from the earth, which are limited in supply. Reducing the need for mining also lowers pollution, as the process of mining has an impact on our environment. Common types of e-waste includes mobile phones, computer and mobile phone batteries, Home appliances, such as TVs, fridges, air conditioners, washing machines, lamps & lighting, electronic toys etc.

  • Metal waste recycling
  • Electrical Recycling Points
  • Recycling Batteries
  • Energy Saving Light Bulbs
  • Waste minimization and recycling

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