Dig out gold from e-waste
Waste disposal has been considered a dirty job for many years, but when you start to get gold and silver, and get obvious profits while dealing with waste, the same waste will be the best. E-
Parisaraa in Bangalorebased e-
The waste management company proves that this is correct by recovering 500 gm gold from printed circuit board strips and 1.
5 kg silver from coating assembly. E-
Parisaraa has a tie.
Manage e-commerce with about 300 companies
P Parthasarathy, general manager of E-E, said: \"We recovered 500 gm gold from 36 tons of selective circuit boards last year and 1,500 gm silver from coating assembliesParisaraa. The e-
Waste management companies in the Dabaspet industrial zone recycle abandoned, abandoned computers, peripherals, printers, fax machines, copiers, CDs, soft films, tapes, cartridges, printed circuit boards, motherboards and components of refrigerators, telecom equipment, telephone, mobile phone, pager, audio and video equipment, washing machine, microwave oven, air conditioner, fluorescent lamp and CFL lamp and battery.
\"Our goal is to recycle materials to the maximum, not
\"Incineration, minimum power consumption, minimum water consumption and minimum landfill sites,\" said parthasarathhy . \".
Seven benefits, including protecting the environment, saving limited resources, improving energy efficiency, building a strong economy, creating jobs, building communities and economic returns, he said. “We have a tie-
There are several watch manufacturers.
\"We have been using gold recovered from printed circuit board strips and components to plated the watch,\" he said . \".
The company was founded in 2004 and received income from Rs5 crore in 2010
Rs7 crore in 11 and 2011-
Employment was provided to approximately 100 employees, most of whom were from rural areas.
Now, the company plans to sign a memorandum of understanding with the state government to establish a scrap vehicle unit near Dabaspet.
It decided to invest in Rs36 crore in that proposed unit.
\"This is the first of its kind in the country.
We have been asking the state government to allocate 10 acres of land near dabaster.
\"If everything goes as planned, the ELV department will be operational next year,\" he said . \".
In elaborating on the ELV department, he said that if the government decides to cancel 15-year-old vehicles.
\"The demolition of scrapped cars will be carried out without polluting the environment.
We might get a four.
Wheeler and triple double-and-three-
\"It\'s going to take out cars every day,\" he said . \".