E-waste Recycling

E-Waste Recycling

Coral Waters provides  the following services under e-waste recycling:

1. Asset Management – Data wiping and Data Erasure

2. Refrigeration and AC- Recycling

3. Integrated Waste management.

Recycling Goals

“ Coral wishes to build a healthy, successful company that is a leader and Part of the Green revolution and has respect for their customers”

Mechanical Machinery

We do have the following Machines which are developed indigenously by our engineers and directors bringing in their vast experience in the field of e-waste and metals.
We have:

1) PCB Shredder
2) De-Inking for cartridges
3) CRT cutting machine
4) CFL and Other Bulb Crushing Machine
5) Cable Stripping Machine
6) Desoldering Guns
7) Refrigerant recycling unit
8) Copper recycling unit
9) Plasma cutters

E waste Recycling Approach

Collection of electronic waste generally takes place at a regional or national level and is achieved through take-back programs sponsored by retailers and manufacturers of electronic goods, municipal drop-off collection centers, and nonprofit and for-profit collection programs. There are many different entities which collect e-scrap for recycling, ranging from local municipal governments to large waste management companies.

Sorting, dismantling and pre-processing of electronic waste goods generally takes place at a regional level or national level, and has the end goal of separating device streams into material streams, primarily metals, glass, and plastics, for end-processing. The goal of this stage is to upgrade the valuable material content and remove and safely dispose of hazardous. It should be noted that the optimal level of pre-processing is dictated by the quality of feed requirements for end-processing. Excessive pre-processing not only adds cost but also may lead to significant losses of precious metals. Therefore there is an optimal level of preprocessing that needs to be achieved.

End-processing takes place at a global level and is dictated by the material stream. The goal of this step is to recover valuable components (i.e. precious metals) and remove impurities. Sampling and assaying are necessary in order to determine the composition and content of precious metals in the e-waste stream and to ensure that the optimum process is used to recover precious metals.