- Electrical recycling refers to recycling of light and heavy electrical appliances.They are mostly used in households, small & medium industries.
- Large household appliances e.g. fridges, cookers, microwaves, washing machines and dishwashers
- Small household appliances e.g. vacuum cleaners, irons, toasters and clocks
- Consumer equipment e.g. radios, televisions, hi-fi equipment, and musical instruments
Electrical items contain a range of materials that can be separated for recycling and used in new products, such as plastics and precious metals including gold and copper. All this saves resources and energy.If electrical items end up in landfill, hazardous substances will leak out and cause soil and water contamination harming wildlife and human health.
The electrical waste is separated by our qualified employees using an erudite shredding system, separating ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals and non-metals. We aim to ensure that as much waste material as possible is diverted from landfill. This treating system offers an operative solution for the recycling of all domestic and commercial electrical equipment in compliance with Indian Environmental Standards. We remove recyclable materials from the waste stream and treated materials ultimately re-enter the manufacturing process. Recycled materials used in built-up offer a reduced carbon trail