ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS
Most Comprehensive Electronic Recycling – Secure Recycling of Electrical Appliances
If you are in search for ‘Where to recycle electronics in UAE‘ you are in right place. Madenat – an e-waste management solution company in Dubai provides safe and secure electronic waste disposal, recycling service for industries throughout UAE & Africa. We collect and manage electric and electronic equipments in a responsible manner, which strictly adheres to Dubai regulations as well as international standards.
It’s a fact of life that all computers and electronics sooner or later become obsolete. But it’s a fact of business that Madenat Al Nokhba recycling offers the most comprehensive and secures recycling solution for unwanted computers and other electronic products. Through our state-of-the-art electronics recycling facility, Madenat Al Nokhba recycling can handle every e-recycling situation your organization encounters.
- Recycle anything with pertaining to Electrical and electronics equipments.
- Certify destruction of all the items recycled.
- Come to your facility and pick up your e-waste, whether by the truckload or big containers vehicles.
- Recycle all material in a way that is responsible to the environment as well as your reputation.
To obtain the highest possible result, labor intensive methods are used to completely disassemble and separate items into core materials and components. This allows us to supply our Refineries partners downstream with a pure product, free from contamination.
E Cycle Recovery will NOT:
- Place your equipment in landfill.
- Ship to where it may be processed under poor health and safety conditions.
All plastics are sent to refineries that use the raw material to manufacture items such as vineyard stakes, fence posts and plastic sleepers.
Scrap metals are sent to refineries. They are placed through a shredder before magnetic systems separate the ferrous from the non ferrous materials. The resulting product is used in the manufacture of new steel and other metal products.
Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) glass, used in computer monitors and televisions, are a major issue because they incorporate many hazardous materials. Lead is the most prevalent toxic material in CRT glass; it is poisonous to the nervous system and can remain in the human body for years. Tubes in a large CRT monitor can contain up to 4 kg of lead as well as other toxic metals such as phosphor and barium.
Mercury is commonly found within many e-waste items. Highly toxic, even in small amounts, it has been known to cause damage to the lungs, kidneys, brain, nervous and reproductive systems. Given the opportunity to leach into water and soil, it is able to be ingested by aquatic creatures and then through the food chain into our diet. To avoid these consequences, we remove mercury containing devices such as tubes and process at our mercury recycling plant. Here we use technology that captures the mercury for use in dental amalgams, separates the glass for use as glass wool in home insulation and takes out the phosphor powder for use in fertilizer products.
Commonly found in older televisions, stereos and speakers, wood is sent to refineries companies who either shred it for use as mulch or use innovative technology to mix it with other waste materials for use as an alternative fuel source.
Printed Circuit Boards
Circuit boards are sent to ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) accredited companies. Here they can be processed in specialized smelters to recover non renewable resources such as copper, gold, silver, palladium and other precious metals.
Hard drives, in whole and shredded form, are sent to an aluminum foundry for processing into aluminum ingots. The majority of aluminum ingots are used within the automotive industry.
Toner and Ink Cartridges
Toner and Ink cartridges are packaged in a sealed box and returned to industry recyclers. Some will be remanufactured into new cartridges, and the remainder that can’t be remanufactured will be separated into plastic and metal and returned to the recycle chain as raw materials.
For copyright and security reasons these products are shredded before being sent to plastic and metal recyclers.