As industrialization of the world increases exponentially, the human race is struggling to redress the concomitant degradation of natural resources, and its impact on the environment.
One of the most critical natural resource challenges is of: water. If we do not exigently take remedial measures, our future generations will not have enough of this precious natural resource, in a usable form.
Every drop saved, counts.
Of the 50 million tonnes of e-waste (electronic waste) generated worldwide in 2016, only 6.5 Million tonnes were officially recycled. Around 3 million tonnes of toxins were generated from the un-recycled e-waste in the form of hazardous wastes and toxic gases – polluting air, water and soil, and threatening human health.
Through comprehensive and scientific disposed of e-waste, toxins that endanger the environment human health could be prevented optimally.
Apart from this, metals and rare earths contained in the e-waste could be recovered and reused, contributing to resource conservation.
Every ounce of toxin release prevented, and every gram of used metal recovered, matter.
Conduct continual and intensive Research & Development oriented towards optimal water conservation, reclamation and utilization.
View ‘treating water’ as in effect ‘creating water’, and strive to discover and add new values and functions to water – thus making the maximum possible use of this limited resource.
Develop processes, products, technologies and services in e-waste recycling that are user-friendly, easy-to-install and optimal in toxin-control.
Help prevent toxicity in the eco-system, promote awareness and propound environment-consciousness in whatever form possible, on whichever platform available.
It makes good future sense only if businesses register good growth in a good environment, where humans of good health live and thrive.