Tackling India’s growing e-waste problem

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Deshwal Waste Management (DWL), a company based in India, is helping Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, and residential welfare associations recycle their e-waste. The company helps its clients recycle their old and unwanted electronics by using an automated system that caters to recycling requests from around the country. When a request is received, it is assigned to a particular region where the items are collected and transported to one of the company’s 21 major collection centres. Their recycling process includes separating different types of metals and plastics for refinement or sold to third parties for reuse. Learn more about DWL and how they are helping to recycle India’s growing e-waste.

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