All About E Waste And It’s Recycling
http://exigorecycling.com/
Contents
1. Introduction
2. Why E waste is growing?
3. Impact on Environment and Human beings
4. Disposal Methods
5. Proce...
Introduction-
What is E Waste?
 E waste is a general term which generally defines almost all types of electronic and
elec...
Why E Waste is Growing?
 E waste is growing at a fast pace because many new items introduced in the
market everyday are r...
For an instance, 2000 and 2005, the organization for Economic Co-operation and
Development reported that in China around 2...
Impact on Environment and Human beings
Unused computers are dumped directly into the landfills which further
produce contaminated chemicals and enter into the gr...
There are three disposal of
electronic waste and Computer
Recycling methods that are
followed by individuals but these
are...
Process of E Waste Recycling
Today, there many companies which provide e waste recycling services in all
the developed cou...
E waste Management Solution Providers
Exigo Recycling, Delhi is a leading company in
India which is providing finest E was...
EXIGO RECYCLING ADDRESS
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  1. 1. All About E Waste And It’s Recycling http://exigorecycling.com/
  2. 2. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Why E waste is growing? 3. Impact on Environment and Human beings 4. Disposal Methods 5. Process of E waste Recycling 6. E waste Management Solution Providers
  3. 3. Introduction- What is E Waste?  E waste is a general term which generally defines almost all types of electronic and electrical devices that has entered the waste stream and can no longer be used but results into electronic hazards. It includes all types of redundant electronic devices like television, refrigerators, washing machines, computers, dryers, stereo systems, batteries, and other business and household items that cannot be used.
  4. 4. Why E Waste is Growing?  E waste is growing at a fast pace because many new items introduced in the market everyday are replacing them. The items are also growing rapidly as so many parts of the world cross over to the other side of Digital Divide.
  5. 5. For an instance, 2000 and 2005, the organization for Economic Co-operation and Development reported that in China around 22% growths in Information and Communication. Moreover, China became 6th largest country in 2006 after the Japan, India, Germany, US, France and UK. With an average estimate, computers are only one part of the e waste stream, though there are many other household items which have been accounted as major e waste stream.
  6. 6. Impact on Environment and Human beings
  7. 7. Unused computers are dumped directly into the landfills which further produce contaminated chemicals and enter into the ground water and further makes it polluted.  All these electronic scrap components like CRTs contain the toxics like cadmium, lead, mercury, beryllium or brominated flame retardants which can further harm the human beings by affecting nervous system, kidneys, brain, heart and other body parts.  Many times improper disposal of electronic scraps may also result into environmental hazards.
  8. 8. There are three disposal of electronic waste and Computer Recycling methods that are followed by individuals but these are not at all safe for living beings and environment.  Open Dumping-  This is the most common form of dumping. The people dispose e waste along shorelines into the sea, burn harmful substances like plastic into air and may result into many other hazardous.  Land filling-  This method includes disposal of wastes by burial. It causes pollution in the locale, fatal accident may occur, off gassing Methane gas and other problems.  Incineration-  This process includes the combustion of organic substances available in the waste materials. This process converts the waste into ash, gas and heat.
  9. 9. Process of E Waste Recycling Today, there many companies which provide e waste recycling services in all the developed countries. The companies usually follow a conventional recycling process which include collection, dismantle, and recovery of all the biodegradable and valuable materials. Many companies like Exigo Recycling based out of Delhi are providing finest solutions for e waste management and serving as a leading company.
  10. 10. E waste Management Solution Providers Exigo Recycling, Delhi is a leading company in India which is providing finest E waste Recycling Solutions to save the mother earth and environment from harmful effects of electronic wastes. The company has achieved certification from State Pollution Boards and Government which allows to safely collect, transport, dismantle, segregate and dispose the e-scrap components. They also specialize to offer Data Security services.
  11. 11. EXIGO RECYCLING ADDRESS
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