Electronic devices are an intangible item in humans’ life. All of us use it and non-exaggeratedly speaking, we depend on them for work and life. However, the more we use it, the more waste it creates after its service life.
WEEE (electric and electronic waste) provides recyclers different initiatives for recycling. It includes toxic compounds, such as lead, mercury or specific flame retardants. Also, it includes precious metals such as aluminum, copper, iron, silver and gold. In 2013, approx. 64,000.000 ton digital goods were disposed and 50,000.000 ton electric and electronic waste has been discarded.
WEEE is a vast category of waste. Here are some typical items:
Since the amount of marketed digital products rise, the amount of WEEE increases. It’s crucial that e-waste is well-taken care of correctly and efficiently. The WEEE Recycling Line of Wiscon Envirotech complies with EU’s WEEE Directive Annex 1B. We provide recycling plants with capacities that range from 700-7000 kg/production hour.
According to customers’ needs, we tailor to design a system that solves their problems. Besides, we focus on yield and power consumption, reaching the highest productivity. As we know, metal loss, noise, low purity are 3 major problems in WEEE recycling system. Therefore, we have excellent pre-shredder and shredder, noise-insulation housing and cutting-edge metal separation system, respectively.
By using our recycling line, we are able to get a different percentage of ferrous and non-ferrous and plastics. Various percents of non-ferrous metals (silver, gold, aluminum, copper, brass) and of steel and stainless steel are obtained. The final products are smaller than 20 by 20mm. Soft and hard plastics can also be distinguished by colours and characteristics.
Wiscon aims to reclaim the highest value from the electronic waste. Let us know your inquires, we are dedicated to serving.