We as an E-waste collector follow a 3R principles

Facts related to E-waste

57.4 Mt

( Million Metric Tonnes ) of
e-waste was generated in 2021.

347 Mt

of unrecycled
e-waste on Earth in 2023.


of e-waste is known to be
collected and properly recycled.

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E-Waste and How It Plaguing Earth


E-Waste contains a mixture of valuable materials that can be recycled (but which usually aren’t), and toxic materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium which can be hazardous to our health and to the environment.


With the increase in the demand for Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) and due to its short life span and higher repair cost, there has been a tremendous rise in E-Waste.


The collection and disposal of electronic waste (e-waste) is aglobal challenge, and in India – the third largest generator of such waste – nearly 78% is not collected. As a result, many extremely valuable secondary raw material is lying in waste, unused.

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