About Our Recycling Villa

About Our Recycling Villa

About Our Recycling Villa

About Our Recycling Villa

About Us

Recycling Villa is a national company that provides comprehensive management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste through different lines of Business.

Based on reverse production models, R-Villa develops its activities as part of an innovative system of collection, decontamination and recovery of waste, focused on controlled traceability from the waste supplier to the end client.

With a presence for every state in India, it has a multidisciplinary team of professionals who certify the correct environmental treatment of each process, ensuring the quality of the fractions obtained, and respect for the environment..

All our efforts are centered on pursuing the best recovery of the components of the different types of waste that we work with, which include:

  •   E-Waste (Domestic & Professional).
  •   Hazardous Waste
  •   HMS Metal (Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Scrap).
  • Benefits of E-waste Recycling.

    Electronic Waste (E-Waste) is a word used to identify any electronic equipment that has been discarded because it is broken, unwanted, nearing end-of-life, or no longer in use. Electronic equipment and components that makeup E-waste include computers, printers, phones, televisions, stereos, among others. You can find some environmental benefits of e-waste recycling below:

    Reduced Mining of Virgin Resources Most electronic components contain minerals and metallic elements that must be mined from different mining fields across the world. The continuous mining of resources is fast, leading to their depletion and affecting the environment negatively.

    Provides an Environmentally Friendly Source Of Resources To Manufacturers Every time you buy a new electronic device, the metallic and plastic composition are from a resource somewhere. When the old ones are thrown out, the negative impact is double: more metallic and plastic resources must be dug up, and the waste hurts the environment. Instead, practicing safe recycling of unwanted electronics means that you save the environment from being over-exploited, and you also keep it safe from unnecessary e-waste.

    Prevent usage of landfills Landfills are serious environmental hazards and impact all living things, humans, plants, and animals alike. When you fail to recycle electronic waste from your house or commercial buildings properly, this waste ends up in the hands of informal waste operators who dump this in landfills. After a while, the metallic, plastic, and toxic materials in this e-waste start leaching through the landfills’ ground and find their way into nearby water sources.

    E-waste recycling helps reduce air pollution Among the benefits of recycling electronic waste is the ability to reduce air pollution from toxic gases. You can do your part in ensuring that poisonous gases are not released into the air that we need to breathe by ensuring the old and no-longer-in-use electronic devices are correctly recycled rather than being burnt directly. Perhaps you have noted that from the effects of e-waste to the environment, high temperatures on the components cause them to release poisonous gases into the air, which are harmful to living things.

    Comply with all applicable Environmental and Health and Safety legislation and other requirement.

    Reduce health hazards on the environment Localities like Guiyu that are hubs for waste disposal have issues of residents experiencing health problems such as skin disease arising from improper e-waste disposal. When the environment is ailing, inhabitants will ail too.

    Our Mission

    We consider E-Waste not as waste, but a resource for recovery in an environmentally friendly manner to protect environment.

    Our motto is 3 R’s Reduce. Reuse and recycle, through continuous implementations and innovations in recycling technology.

    Our country, needs simpler cost-effective technologies with maximum resource recovery of metals, plastic and glass by recycling electronic waste in environmentally friendly way.

    Recycling Villa has taken lot of steps and measures for conservation of natural resource.

    Recycling Villa has various processing technologies for plastic waste including MLP or its End-of-Life applications like waste of energy

    MEET OUR TEAM

    Managing Director & Founder

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    Mr. Mohd Ahad

    Managing Director & Founder

    CEO

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    Mr. Balbir Singh

    CEO

    Manager

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    Mr. Mohd Tosif

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    Admin

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    Ms. Diksha Patiyal

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    Vision

    Adopt cleaner technologies and best practices and strive for continual improvement

    Adopt measures for the prevention of air, water & soil pollution

    Provide safe and healthy working conditions to all persons working under the control of our organization by providing adequate facilities.

    Committed to prevent injury, and ill health and strive for continual improvement in overall occupational health & safety performance.

    Comply with all applicable Environmental and Health and Safety legislation and other requirement.

    To provide comprehensive management that guarantees the processes of transformation into fractions of quality and specifications, to incorporate the flows of the market as a secondary raw material and in this way help to minimize the need to consume natural resources.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can we recycle electronic waste?

    E-waste is growing rapidly and its rapid increase can be a severe loss of mankind. It contains different harmful chemicals as it is primarily composed of precious metals like aluminium, copper, silver, gold, palladium, plastics and other ferrous metals. Metals are found the most harmful materials in e-waste, which produce dangerous fumes when disposed of. These fumes are proved harmful for health, agricultural purposes and marine life. Moreover, other toxic materials like lead, cadmium, mercury and chemical flame retardants can easily leach into our soil and water making it infertile.

    What do we do with e-waste?

    In 2003, the Electronic Waste Recycling Act established a funding system for the collection and recycling of certain electronic wastes. Key elements of the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 include the collection of an electronic waste recycling fee at the retail point of sale of covered products and requirements on manufacturers to provide consumer information regarding recycling opportunities. The intent of this program is to make recycling options for consumers more convenient so products containing toxic compounds are disposed of appropriately.

    Are cathode ray tubes being hazardous waste?

    Computer monitors and televisions with Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) have been deemed hazardous waste by the California Department of Toxic Substance Control and, therefore, cannot be disposed of in a landfill. Each CRT contains 5 to 7 pounds of lead, as well as cadmium, silver, gold, and other heavy metals and toxic compounds. Lab studies have shown the potential for these compounds and elements to leach out of the computer equipment into the landfill’s outflow and cause groundwater contamination.

    How do I know my personal information on my device will not be seen or stolen?

    Consumers and businesses are responsible for ensuring that all personal data is removed from their electronic devices prior to bringing them to one of our drop-off locations. If you are unsure how to do this, contact your manufacturer for more information. While EPRA Manitoba requires that all of our recyclers protect data on electronic products from unauthorized access or theft, it is your obligation to protect your personal information. Recycling Villa does not accept liability for data or any other digital content that is left on electronic products collected at our drop-off locations.

    Where will my recycled electronics go?

    Recycling Villa manages end-of-life electronics according to the highest environmental standards at every stage of the recycling process. Once collected and sorted, items are sent to an EPRA-approved recycling facility for dismantling and the removal of any substances of concern for proper downstream management. All other materials are separated into different streams to recover such parts as metals, plastics and glass so they can be processed into new products.