There is a great demand for electronic gadgets throughout the globe which leads to a dramatic increase in electronic waste. These type of waste - circuits, wiring, plastics and other parts - are a problem that can really harm the environment. This is a problem that can be solved by recycling, reusing and donating. At Alnor Industries, we are committed to responsible electronic recycling in Mississauga, our community.
Electronics recycling is the best solution for addressing the increasing amount of waste that often ends up in landfills or, worse, the ocean.
Aside from keeping our environment safe from hazardous waste, electronic recycling in Mississauga also offer various benefits to you and our community.
- Conserves Natural Resources: Electronic gadgets and circuit boards are made of various materials that must be mined if not reused or salvaged. These are very useful materials that can be used as vital components for creating new products. Recovering these materials is a great way to get rid of electronic waste and using its usable components to create new useful products.
- Supports the Community: Donating your old electronic gadgets or items plays a vital role in the provisions of refurbished electronics for people in need. This provides a lot of help to low-income families, non-profit organizations, and schools. It will also help some people access new technology that can be very expensive for them.
- Generates Local Employment: Due to the increasing amount electronics waste that can be recycled, investors and entrepreneurs are more attuned to recycling as a cost cutting measure and emerging sector. This will lead to more local employment and a bigger commitment to recycling.
- Protects Public Health and Environment: Electronic wastes presents numerous health and environmental hazards that may lead to more serious issues if not properly recycled. Electronics recycling eliminates these hazards by properly disposing of the more hazardous components in many devices to protect our general health and environment.