Electronic waste is hazardous as they contain toxic, poisonous, carcinogenic or highly reactive components such as lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, selenium, bromine.
The toxic substances from electronic devices could be released into water, soil, and air, affecting both humans, land and sea animals.
Computers, laptops, monitors, keyboards, copiers, VCRs, fax machines, cell phones, printers, scanners, hard drives, video and stereo equipment, cables and cords, shredders, microwaves, their components, and details, generated from a surplus, broken and obsolete electronic devices, and much more on your demand.
- make a list of equipment for recycling with you
- calculate the cost
- safely transported
- disassemble and sort
- materials are transferred for processing
- residual fraсtions goes to disposal