Material Lifecycle Management

Material lifecycle Management framework helps in enabling a strategic and objective implementation for OEM’s or Producer’s to manage electronic product life cycles. This supports the development of programs that resourcefully recapture the financial investment in retired IT assets, yielding economic and environmental benefits. Our solution is focused on how to reverse engineer the e-waste equipment, smart parts recovery and redeployment can extend IT budgets which will eventually be the most useful tool in forecasting and procurement.

How We Do It

We reimagine supply chains, extend sustainable product design and resourcefully repurpose whole units and components. We refurbish, remanufacture and restore equipment and components for continued useful life. In addition to facilitating reuse of electronic equipment, we are establishing to recover clean recycled materials from retired electronics. Recycling diverts material from landfill or incineration and provides a feedstock for making next generation products. Regardless of whether equipment is reused or recycled, we always destroy data on storage media, adhering to relevant data destruction standards.

Recycling and Compliance for Producers (OEM’s and Manufacturers) :

All objectives of compliance from awareness and collection to processing and recovery of take-back materials will be under the purview of our responsibility.

Recycling and Compliance for Bulk Consumers (ITES, Banks etc) :

The users of electronics and electrical items in bulk also have their share of compliance which is mandatory and we have a brilliant plan to incentive the Users in return.

Recycling and Compliance for Auto Manufacturers :

The additional responsibility for such manufacturers of disposing of their mixed metal, plastic and electronic scrap can be planned well with best incentives under our recycling program.

Secure Data Destruction :

Shredding is the most secure and cost effective way to dispose of all types of end-of-life hard drives and media tapes. The hard drive shredding service is great for businesses with large data centers or a stockpile of old hard drives and media tapes because it is fast, efficient and safe.

Life Cycle Assessment :

All Electronics and Electrical items under the e-waste Law now have a stipulated life to better plan the disposal for a consumer. Through our program, we can support bulk consumers like Airports, Hotels, Corporate Office Space Owners plan the best in assessing life-cycle of each electronics and electrical equipment they install for better energy matrix and disposal procedures as per their respective responsibility.

Battery Recycling:

We have a brilliant program which has all your scrap batteries be disposed of and recycled in a closed environment to avoid any contamination to the environment, people working in the facility or anyone around the Plant. We have both segments of treating acid batteries and lithium batteries separately, even their residual waste be disposed separately to TSDF.

Compressor Recycling :

A very important and critical aspect in today’s time with technology upgrades in Cooling Mechanism and Machinery, has put us through to evolve with the quality of CFC and eventually best in compressors to handle the disposal of oil and recycler each aspect for zero harm to the environment. We are the best in it around the country.

LED/LCD Recycling :

We have built the most robust process to handle in the best possible way to ascertain nothing is lost in the process. We will bring in to recover 90% of the components to be either re-used by a manufacturer as spares or completely recycled for the parts to be used to manufacture new components.

CFL Recycling:

We have a complete recycling procedure for ‘zero-spill’ of any hazardous components from CFL/ICL/Lighting Equipment.

Solar Panel Recycling :

We are arguably the first in the country to have got it right with all aspects absolutely perfect. Indeed, eagerly waiting for volumes to be generated well for us to be profitable through the process of complete recycling.

Reverse Logistics :

It is a very evolved trade in the west, India still has to come a long way to be able to even call it on the global map. But, we have bought a way to function through the ‘Hub & Spoke’ model which will bring us to perform best as per the diverse logistic demographic of India. Through our Logistic Program we have been able to cut down most of the challenges with extended support from our 4PL partners from each zone of the country.

Metal Recovery :

We have just heard of it in India and never experienced the actual implementation and result. We can proudly announce ourselves as the first integrated refining facility in India. We definitely are going to evolve in our processes and bring better technology to bring down wastage and protect the environment by not mining any further metals.

Our e-waste recycling process is mostly automated only minimal labor is required only to load the stacks and unload the processed waste. We have meticulously numbered people in each segment to work in tandem on the load for each shift for a consistent output.

Following are the steps for E-Waste recycling process:


  • The time, at which the e-waste items reaches at the recycling plant, the first step is to sort all the items manually


  • After manual sorting, the second step includes the labour process of manual dismantling. The broken material is separated into two categories one that can be re-used & the second that is still in the recycling processes

Large size reduction process

  • In this process the items that cannot be dismantled fully are shredded together with the other dismantled parts

Small size reduction process

  • The finer e-waste particles are evenly spread out on a conveyor belt. The evenly spread out e-waste particles are then broken down further

Magnetic Separation

  • In this step, the magnet is used to remove the magnetic materials that include steel and iron from the e-waste

Non-metallic and metallic components separation.

  • The sixth step is the separation of metallic and non-metallic components. Copper, aluminium, and brass are separated from the E-Waste so that only non-metallic materials left behind in the E-Waste debris.