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What is E-Waste ?
Recycling E-Waste
Why Recycling ?

Recycling E-Waste


Recycling starts with the collection of e-waste, followed by their seperation and the process is completed by reporting the precious metals and raw materials that are generated during the recycling process. In the recycling loop, materials are first collected and transferred to facilities by suitable vehicles and licensed drivers. The waste then goes through an initial sorting stage before being classified into relevant types, and then processed. The generated materials are re-classified according to their type and sent to relevant institutions to enable their diversion into raw material and their consequent return/recycling into the economy.


The stages of recycling in general terms:

  • E-waste collection: In case of long-term collections, it is possible to allocate waste boxes or containers (for large amounts), or for singular collections that will take place only once, waste can be collected from the customers premises based on a contract.
  • Transfer of e-waste: Transfers are realized by drivers holding ADR (European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road) certificates, licensed vehicles equipped with special metal and plastic containers and trained staff. When necessary, materials can be transferred in sealed containers and opened in the premises under the supervision of an auditor. Required regulatory forms are completed and the Provincial Department of Environment, as well as the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, are informed for each waste collection and transfer.
  • Initial sorting of e-waste: The initial sorting process is realized during the unloading of the materials from vehicles; car batteries (accumulators), lighting equipment containing flourescents, lamps and monitors are classified while the remaining waste is taken to storage.
  • Disposal procedures:
    • Accumulators (car batteries) are sent to relevant car battery recycling facilities.
    • Batteries are disposed of by means of transferring them to the authorized collecter, namely the Portable Battery Manufacturer and Importer Association (TAP).
    • CRT tubes, monitors and the flourescent lighting equipment generated on the Separation and Disassembly Line and during the initial sorting process are transferred to an authorized facility for disposal.
  • E-waste storage: Waste materials are placed in suitable plastic boxes, and stored in appropriate and safe conditions.
  • Disposal of e-waste: During this process, waste is separated and shredded mechanically or manually into smaller parts and placed in different boxes/sections. Once filled, boxes are stored in the relevant section.
  • Recycling: Iron, stainless steel, copper, plastics and related materials resulting from the process are directed to relevant raw material organizations to be returned to the economy.
  • Reporting: All stages of the recycling process are recorded and both recycling and disposal rates and outputs are reported to the relevant companies.
 
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