Does the Idea Of Electronic Waste Management Really Helpful? In What ways?

There is lots of e-waste being spawn each day because of the changing technology, as many people are not familiar with the harms caused by stockpiling the old and outdated electronic goods in their homes. Storing and not disposing of electronic goods in a proper manner is sabotaging environment as well; Dubai, however, has taken a mindblowing step in setting up e-waste plants. According to a media report electronic waste, Dubai is the largest e-waste management plat in the world.

There are piles of electronic waste being cluttered around the world especially by the corporates; laptops, desktops, old telephones, etc are causing environmental damage for a long time. Some of the e-waste management companies are offering insaurance which gives full coverage on cybersecurity, omission and errors in the IT waste. No matter whether what scale of corporate house you are, you can increase your company’s reputation by getting a recycling green certificate in a secure manner.

According to a UN report, 44.7 million metric tons of electronic waste has been produced in the world which is about 4,500 Eiffel Towers, very few countries have taken this matter seriously. Countries like South Africa, Cameroon, Zambia and Nigeria are still discussing this matter in their parliament, yet UAE has come up with the largest e-waste management plant in the world. The major problem about disposing of e-waste is data breach; the organizations like Escrappy Recyclers give assurance of safe destruction of data and IT asset, thus, there is no need to worry about your company’s or personal data breach. This is a certified company: ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001, R2:2013 with prompt customer service and nationwide on-site and off-site destruction and collection facility.

Why does Electronic Recycling Really Matter?

According to the senior programme specialist at the CEDARE (Center for Environment & Development for the Arab Region and Europe) “This is very hazardous to the environment, and the plastic shell of most electronics are not biodegradable. Once it breaks apart, materials from inside the plastic will find its way to the soil and contaminate it”. Thus, recycling electronic waste is really important to the environment. On the other hand, e-waste could play a great part in supporting the economy of the country as well, precious metals like gold, copper, aluminium and silver could be sold to local industries for in-house manufacturing of goods and could turn into a profitable export business.

Nevertheless, establishing an e-waste management idea in the form of the industry could satisfy both the environment and the nation’s economy as well.

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