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Eco Recycling Limited


Unit No. 422, 4th Floor,

The Summit Business Bay,

Opp. Cine Max Theater,

Landmark: WEH Metro Station,

Andheri - Kurla Road,

Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400093


Tel : +91 77380 77086

Fax : +91 22 4005 2954

Email: info@ecoreco.com

Eco Recycling Limited


Eco House, S. No. 22, H. No.6 & 7,

Bhoipada, Near Range Office,

Sativali, Vasai (East),

District: Palghar - 401 208.


Tel : 1800-102-1020

Email: info@ecoreco.com

E-waste Drop Points

Ajmera Global School
Eksar Road, Yogi Nagar, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400092
St. Xavier's Institute of Education
40 A, New Marine Lines, Opp. State Bank of India, Marine Lines, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400020
Goregaon West
Patkar - Varde College
S. V. Road, Goregaon West, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400104
Kandivali West
KES Shroff College
Bhulabhai Desai Rd, Kandivali west, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400067
R.A. Podar College Of Commerce
L.N. Road, Matunga (CR), Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400019
Mira Road
Royal College of Art, Commerce and Science
Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Srishti Complex, Mira Road East, Penkar Pada, Mira Bhayandar, Maharashtra - 401107
Navi Mumbai
Navi Mumbai Bengali Association, (Kali Mandir)
Plot No. 25A, Sector 6, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400703
Mumbra Ward Office
Opposite MM valley behind Talavpali, Kausa, Mumbra, Thane, Maharashtra - 400612
Kalwa Ward Office
Near New Kalwa High School, Budhaji Nagar, Kalwa, Thane - 400605
Wagle Estate Ward Office
Near Aplab Company, Mulund Checknaka, Wagle Estate, Thane - 400604
Majiwada-Manpada Ward Office
Opp. Balkum Fire Brigade, Balkum, Thane - 400607
Lokmanyanagar-Sawarkar Nagar Ward Office
Vedant Complex, Vartak Nagar, Thane - 400606
Thane Municipal Corporation (Head Office)
Mahapalika Bhavan, Major General Arunkumar Vaidya Road, Panchpakhadi, Chandanwadi, Thane - 400602
Vile Parle West
Lokmanya Seva Sangh
Ram Mandir Rd, Satsang CHSL, Vile Parle East, Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400057
Associate Professor & Chairperson - Entrepreneurship Cell Vivekananda Education Society (Institute of Management)
495/497, Hashu Advani Memorial Complex, Collectors Colony, Chembur, Wadivali Village, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400074
Cuffe Parade
World Trade Centre
World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai - 400005
Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana (JVPG) Club
Plot No. U-13, N. S. Road No. 13, Opp. Juhu Bus Depot, JVPD Scheme, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400049
Kanjurmarg West
Great Eastern Gardens
Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, MMRDA Colony, Ambedkar Nagar, Kanjurmarg West, Bhandup West, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400078
Mulund West
Mulund College Of Commerce
S.N. Road, Near Court, Mulund West, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400080
Prabhadevi (For resident only)
Sumer Trinity Towers
Sayani Road, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400025
Santa Cruz
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (T2, T1B)
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Area, Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400099
Diva Ward Office
Khardi Gaon, Khardi-Diva Road, Thane.
Shahu Market, Naupada, Thane - 400602
Naupada-Kopari Ward Office
Shahu Market, Naupada, Thane - 400602
Vartak Nagar Ward Office
Vedant Complex, Vartak Nagar, Thane - 400606
Uthalsar Ward Office
Jogila Market, Dr. Ambedkar Road, Uthalsar, Thane - 400601
Vile Parle West
Sannyas Ashram
Near Tata Compound Municipal School, Sanyas Ashram Marg, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400056
Wadala East
Vidyalankar Technology Institute
Vidyalankar campus,Vidyalankar College Marg, Wadala East, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400037

What is E-waste Recycling?

The term electronic waste, commonly known as E-waste, means the electronic products, both consumer and business, that have become obsolete or unwanted. Such devices become ‘electronic trash’ on reaching the end of their useful life after only a few short years due to rapid technological advancements.

The reuse and reprocessing of electronic waste of any type is known as Electronic waste Recycling. Common examples of e-waste found in your home includes air conditioners, televisions, heaters, fans, computers and laptops, cell phones, etc. Landfills are rapidly filling up with obsolete electronic products. These products contain hard metal which endanger the environment and cannot be recycled properly if they are carelessly thrown away. Almost all of the electronic waste produced contains recyclable materials such as metals, glass and plastic.

Why is it needed?

It is extremely important to make sure that the electronic waste produced is being disposed of properly. Majority of the devices are either dumped in landfills or are burnt which is both toxic to humans as well as the environment. Only a small percent of e-waste ends up being recycled and reused. Here’s why recycling is so vital:

  • The old electronic devices that you no longer use and is accumulating in your house contains toxic chemicals like lead, lithium, cadmium or other heavy metals. If thrown away without being properly processed, it will not only harm the environment but also pose serious health risks. Recycling, thus, prevents these hazardous materials from accumulating.
  • Electronic waste is a rich source of raw materials. Almost 90% of electronic waste can be recovered and reused. Precious metal like gold and silver, which are of economic importance get lost if not recycled. And by reusing the recycled metals, we are limiting the exploitation of natural resources and conserving the environment.
  • Electronic waste mostly contains non-biodegradable substances that take a long time to decompose. Recycling electronic devices with such substances ensures no threat to the environment.
  • Tons of unprocessed electronic waste gets dumped on landfills. Recycling ensures that this landfill space is saved.

What are the benefits?

  • Recycling electronic waste saves significant energy cost. Up to 70% of energy required can be saved by recycling minerals from e-waste instead of mining and processing new materials. This leads to cost reduction. Less dependence on finite resources, decline in greenhouse gas emissions and reduction in pollution are some of the other important recycling benefits.
  • There are economic benefits to recycling too. Dumping in landfills or incineration electronic waste leads to unproductive expenses like transport cost or indirect health cost, with no income. Comparatively, cost for recycling is less and significant revenue is generated through sale of these recycled items.
  • Employment opportunity is also created via growing e-waste concern. Jobs like professional recycling and refurbishing services are generated from the electronic waste recycling sector.
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