New Delhi: All India Women’s Conference (AIWC), a non-government organisation and Kolkata based e-waste Management Company Hulladek Recycling have launched their first E-waste Collection Centre at Sarojini House, New Delhi. The new e-waste collection centre is looking at collecting e-waste from all individuals in the neighboring areas and will remain open for the public to drop the e-waste from 10 am to 4pm from Monday to Thursday.
‘It is a big step towards making our world greener and the planet healthier by setting an e-waste collection centre in collaboration with Hulladek, within the AIWC premises. The centre is open to the public for a safe disposal of their e waste such as; old laptops, computers, and all sorts of old electronic gadgets etc.’ said the AIWC President, Sheela Kakde.
Nandan Mall, Chief Executive Officer, Hulladek Recycling said, “Moving forward on our mission, this is another step forward in the direction of supporting society as a part of the sustainable solution for the e-waste sector. The E-Waste industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in India that is largely untapped and unorganized. The establishment of community collection points accessible to the public at large, is one such step in this direction.”
Hulladek Recycling Private Limited works to provide solutions for proper electronic waste disposal. Embedded in the evergreen mantra of Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle, the company works towards effectively channelizing the electronic and electrical waste.