Recycle with joy at MTech Informatics Ltd.
We are committed to responsible recycling of our end-of-life products and urge you
to join our cohesive e-waste movement.
MTech Informatics Ltd. has joined a tech-enabled, environmentally beneficial and socially
responsible e-waste Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO) Karo Sambhav for
making recycling a way of life.
Any discarded electronic appliances such as mobile phones, computers, laptops,
printers, fax machines or even their parts, which have reached the end of their useful
life are called “E- Waste”.
Where and how can you recycle your e-waste?
To recycle your waste electronic items, all you have to do is drop an email at
firstname.lastname@example.org with details of each type of Waste Electrical or
Electronic device and your city. You will receive a reply within 48 hours of your email
with further details.
You can also visit our collection points directly to drop off the e-waste and get more
information on the subject. You can also call our toll-free number 1800 2121 434.
Going beyond just recycling
At MTech Informatics Ltd. we believe that our focus should not only be on responsible
recycling, but also on generating livelihood for people involved in the e-waste
Our PRO Karo Sambhav is working on creating awareness around responsible
recycling through its School Programme. This Programme has been designed to
create awareness on critical environmental issues including waste from electronics,
engaging students on preventive environmental strategies like circular economy, and
inspiring them to take actions in their daily lives. The programme is designed to
create an environmental movement in schools with teachers playing a leading role.
Our PRO is also engaging with informal waste pickers and waste aggregators for
collection of e-waste. Waste pickers and waste aggregators are a very important
link in the chain of e-waste management. They are currently marginalised and do not
have a consistent and legal source of income. Karo Sambhav is running its Waste
Picker and Waste Aggregator Programme to provide them a sustainable livelihood
by bringing them into the formal sector and giving them a legal identity as a link in
the producer take-back channel.
Important do’s and don’ts
Make sure that all your important personal and professional data you wish to
keep is backed-up and removed from your device.
Don’t forget to remove your SIM and memory cards before dropping your
phone into a collection point. Batteries and chargers and other accessories
can also be recycled at these points.
Do not mix these products in your home dust-bins with other municipal waste.
To learn more on how you can contribute and be a part of this cohesive e-waste
movement, visit www.karosambhav.com