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E-waste is short for electronic waste and in this world of digitization, it is a problem that is growing every day. Recycling, on the other hand, is making the world an inhabitable place. Electronic waste recycling is the process of preparing of electrical and electronic equipment for reuse through distinct processes.

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E-waste is short for electronic waste and in this world of digitization, it is a problem that is growing every day. Recycling, on the other hand, is making the world an inhabitable place. Electronic waste recycling is the process of preparing of electrical and electronic equipment for reuse through distinct processes. This equipment may be anything that has been branded obsolete and is not in use and has been discarded. Common E-waste examples include television, electric cookers, air conditioners, DVDs, Microwave, computers, laptop, Batteries, circuit boards, sporting equipment, leisure eq

uipment, etc. No matter how modern the waste is, this waste affects the balance of life in the world and causes problems as it results in unhealthy deposits of E waste. Many units are available for laptop recycling Mountain View along with other electrical devices and equipment.

While Recycling of e-waste has become a growing trend, it is helping subside environmental pollution and improve ecological balance. 

The Wikipedia defines E waste as the waste that is derived from electrical or electronic equipment or devices and has been discarded. Any used electronics that are being saved for reusing, reselling or recycling are also counted as E-waste. E Waste should be formally processed while following necessary features and guidelines for minimum pollution. 

What is the process of E-waste recycling? 

The process of e-waste recycling requires a lot of labor and follows below listed steps:

Picking Shed

After the arrival of the items up for recycling, the process of sorting takes place. This process involves manual sorting of the items and batteries are removed and further checked for their quality.

Disassembly

After manual sorting, the second step of E waste recycling Mountain View of manual dismantling follows. The items are taken away for part retrieval process and then further categorized as per core materials and components. Dismantled items are further categorized into parts which can be reused or recycled.

First size reduction process

This step involves shredding of items that can’t be dismantled with the other dismantled parts to pieces whose diameter has to be maintained less than 2 inches. This step is performed with the motive of enabling better categorization of the finer e-waste pieces.

Second size reduction process

Then a shaking method is followed which involves spreading out of the waste particle evenly on a conveyor belt. These pieces are spread out for further breaking down and in this step; dust is extracted and removed in an environmentally friendly way that helps in maintaining ecological balance.

Over-band Magnet

This step involves using over band magnet to remove the magnetic materials comprising steel and iron from debris.

Separation of Non-metallic and metallic components

The sixth and second last step is performed with the motive of separating metals and non-metallic components. Metals like Copper, steel, aluminum, and brass, etc are separated from the debris leaving only non-metallic materials behind. These metals are then sold as raw materials or further re-used for fresh manufacture.

Water Separation

The seventh and last step of water separation involves separating plastic content from glass by using water. This means after this method recycled and derived methods and plastic can be used for fresh manufacture.

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