E-Waste Recycling

E-Waste Recycling is one of the major ways that the community is staying on top of keeping India clean.

One major problem with e-waste recycling is that the process of recycling e-waste can be as dangerous for the environment as dumping e-waste in a waste management facility.

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Data Wiping Services

Data wiping is sometimes known as disk wiping which is a secure erase procedure to destroy or delete data. It is mostly performed on top most confidential or "sensitive" data of companies which they do not want to get accessed.

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Toner Cartridge Services

Due to increasing environmental hazards, recycling of electronic waste is greatly encouraged. Research has revealed that it actually takes several years for a single cartridge to decompose.

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Data Destruction Services

Data Destruction is vital for quite a number of reasons. Most companies store their confidential data in hundreds of hard disk. After several years of usage, these disks become irrelevant which become useless.

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E-Waste Hazards Services

Electronic waste or E-Waste" is defined as discarded computers, printers, office electronic equipment, refrigerators, mobile phones, and entertainment electronic devices such as television sets, music systems etc.

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Toner Cartridge

Whilst other companies have complicated price structures and rules for returning empty toner and inkjet cartridges, Office Green have the simplest and most recycling focused scheme.

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Our collection program enables you to send ALL your printer cartridges back (not just the good ones). This ensures you comply with your own Duty of Care as well as offering you a variety of ways to be paid.

Cartridges
• Approximately 1.3 billion inkjet cartridges are used around the world annually and less than 30 percent are currently being recycled.
• In one year, if the world’s discarded cartridges were stacked end-to-end, they would circle the earth twice.
• A laser cartridge thrown into landfill can take up to 450 years to decompose. Some components made of industrial grade plastics will take over a thousand years to decompose.
• It takes about a gallon of oil to produce every new toner/laser cartridge.