E-Waste Recycler hub
Laptop Recycling hub
About Laptop Recycling
Recycling of laptops means recycling and reuse of laptops which have been discarded or which are deemed obsolete. Components such as screens, keyboards, motherboards, mouse and central processors are also included.
Components for electronic scrap, such as the Laptops, contain potentially damaging materials, such as lead, cadmium, beryllium or flame retardants. The rapid growth of technology and a society driven by consumption means that very large volumes of e-waste are generated every minute. Hence, they must be recycled to prevent the effects of these harmful minerals.
Cadmium, silicone, mercury, chromium and many other materials usually come from laptops. All these metals, wires and plastics constitute one component of a laptop that requires a lengthy process of formation.
Process of Laptop Recycling
Collection: The owners or computer waste collectors must collect the unwanted or obsolete laptops when they want it to be recycled.
Classification: All laptops collected are then classified by item type manually before moving into the latest processing and reuse stages.
Test for Potential Reuse: Once the laptop parts are sorted, they are tested if they can be reused. If the parts are not damaged or require only a small upgrade, the part will likely be upgraded or re-enhanced and then sold or donated if they are still functional.
The elements that function after manual disassembly are sold for retrofitting or refurbishing purposes to consumers or computer manufacturers. Dangerous components are sent to secondary recyclers specialized in recycling batteries and production, such as rechargeable batteries. All disks and processors are shredded or crashed in a process. Data Destruction It is mainly done to ensure that all data is destroyed on the hard drive.
Separation to material composition: The parts remaining will be further shredded by material composition after segregating the useful and hazardous components of the laptop sets. Plastic shells, for example, are broken down separately from the computer, metal, circuit boards and wires.
The resulting waste is then screened for the removal of valuable components. Smelting is also used to recover from the debris any additional precious metal like iron, gold, silver and copper.
Various recovered materials may then, for further processing, be transported downstream to secondary material recyclers. Secondary recyclers, manufacturers or purchasers of raw materials are used to produce new products. In order to produce new steel and other materials, metals are, for example, sent to metal recyclers.
Benefits of Laptop Recycling
Laptop recycling is done to minimize waste disposal, preserve precious not-renewable resources, and promote human and environmental health through environmentally friendly disposal of Laptops and their parts. So why waste money and resources if e-waste recycling can renew them? It will also save money and energy!
Improper e-waste processing may cause adverse effects on human health and environmental pollution. At EWRHUB, we follow completely safe and secure procedures for the E-waste Recycling. We have experienced professionals in this field, who can fulfil the norms and expectations. EWRHUB is a leader in the field of E-Waste Recycling.