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EcoEletroniC believes in the purpose and potential for e-waste recycling and invites you to participate of our business! We share daily funds with our investors. In this sense, we create investment plans to reconcile sustainability and profitability. Read the text below and check our investment plans for more informations!.
According to informations published on the site www.un.org, if the world does not control the disposal and generation of e-waste, in 2017 the volume of segregated electronic components in the planet will increase up to 33% and will be capable to fill about 200 buildings like Empire State, in USA. The warning was issued at the launch of the first global map of electronic waste produced by the United Nations.
People, companies and governments are more aware regarding the importance of correct recycle processes, in special for waste from computers, sensors and electronic equipments in general, yet the production provided by of this type of waste continues to grow. These and others relevant informations were presented in the e-waste World Map, the first global map of e-waste, launched by Step Initiative - an alliance between the UN, companies, governments and NGOs around the world. The intention is that with the data provided by the e-waste World Map, governments, companies and people are able to understand the problem of electronic waste and develop more effective policies to combat it sustainably.
For better understanding about waste from electronic equipment, it is noteworthy that there are more than 17 types of metals such as copper, silver, palladium, platinum and gold. The electronic components discarded are collected, separated, crushed and compacted in packages. In our laboratory are identified the existing metals in the compacted blocks, this way, it is estimated the amount to be paid by the amount of noble metallic waste recycled and by natural resources that will be recovered. The metals are classified and separated in batches, adding the homogeneous parts. Some metals are used as a kind of magnet, for example, copper attracts gold, palladium and selenium, and those metals forms an alloy together. The same process is performed with the lead, which attracts metals such as silver and tin, forming the second alloy. The third alloy is made with nickel, which attracts platinum and rhodium. In the next step, each of the three alloys is separated due to the chemical and physicochemical characteristics of each material, allowing removal of metals from the alloys. At the end of these processes, the metals are recovered and resold for the electronic industry.
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