Every successful organization in this age of environmental awareness is becoming integrated with proper recycling and various green solutions, to ensure you are on the cutting edge of green technology. Desco Electronic Recyclers offers a socially responsible solution for e-waste and gives you peace of mind, that your business is doing all it can to minimize costs, and take the responsible approach to green processes.
We are committed to engender a standard of excellence by providing a high quality service for the disposal of electronic waste, and ensuring that this service is always conducted in an environmentally affable manner, and that the processes involved during the disposal would at all times conform to and comply with all relevant legislations as enforced by the recognized authorities – local and international.
Fluorescent light bulbs are widely and commonly used as an efficient and green lighting solution. Unfortunately the improper disposal of these light bulbs releases hazardous mercury gas. Companies are required by law to dispose of their used light bulbs properly and in an ethical manner to ensure sustainability measures are being met by each company.
Our services take liability away from our clients as we provide a comprehensive solution which includes the necessary transportation, containers for handling, and the recycling of the bulbs.
E-Waste Africa is the first proudly South African company to have officially commissioned the award winning Balcan MP8000 bulb recycling plant in 2014, thus making us a certified market leader in our industry. E-Waste Africa also officially received its HH Waste Management license from the Department of Environment making it the first legally compliant and operational recycling facility in South Africa.
GROUP II is the premier waste management solution provider in Lesotho. The company focuses mainly on the beneficiation of various types of waste including electronic and electrical waste.
Reclite has been providing e-waste and lamp waste solutions since 2009. Reclite pioneered lamp recycling starting in 2008, and has been working closely with the lighting industry to target the level of awareness that has been successfully achieved. Reclite received its first HH Waste Management Licence for e-waste and lamp processing in October 2013. Reclite has offered it’s waste solutions since September 2013, with the first African lamp processing plant commissioned in March 2014. Reclite upgraded it’s lamp processing plant and relocated to it’s new dedicated lamp processing facility in Germiston after receiving it’s second HH Waste Management Licence. Reclite operates MRT plants which are the world leaders in lamp processing and mercury recovery technology with an impressive 350+ plants operating successfully worldwide, also servicing lighting manufactures in their facilities processing production reject waste. Reclite prides itself on offering a high standard, best practice and professional service to its clients.
The lamps are separated into fractions, including the recovery of mercury, thereby offering a complete recycling solution with the following methodology:
• Recovery of 100% of every lamp with no residue or waste to landfill
• Use of environmentally compliant and safe state-of-the-art equipment
• Certification that the lamps have been recovered and recycled
• Tracking of lamp waste from pick-up to recovery and recycling
• No onsite crushing required for customers
• Supply of reinforced, high quality collection bins for all lamp types
• Workshops and training provided for customers
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UCT aspires to become a premier academic meeting point between South Africa, the rest of Africa and the world. We are committed, through innovative research and scholarship, to grapple with the key issues of our natural and social worlds.
We aim to produce graduates whose qualifications are internationally recognised and locally applicable, underpinned by values of engaged citizenship and social justice.
As such UCT is committed to responsible electrical and electronic asset management and assisting in relevant e-waste research projects