E-Waste Management

E-waste is electronic products that are unwanted, not working, and nearing or at the end of their “useful life.” Computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, etc….

Plastic Waste Management

Recycling, landfilling, and incineration are the most common traditional methods for managing plastic garbage. Recycling of plastics.

Hazardous Waste Management

Hazardous waste management involves reducing the amount of hazardous substances produced, treating hazardous wastes to reduce their toxicity, and applying sound engineering controls to reduce or eliminate exposures to these wastes.

Battery Waste Management

Lead bearing wastes are generated from used lead acid batteries, battery manufacturing industries, lead oxide manufacturers, cable companies, slag from smelters

Addition Compliance

Compliance is the state of being in accordance with established guidelines or specifications, or the process of becoming so.

Solid Waste Management

Any solid or semi-solid domestic or sanitary waste, institutional waste, catering and market waste and other non-residential wastes, surface drain waste, horticulture and agricultural waste and treated biomedical waste are categorised as solid waste.