GreenTek Reman Pvt, one of the leading end-to-end electronic waste (e-waste) recycling company in the country, launched its new state-of-the-art plant at Greater Noida. Spread over an area of 25,000 sq ft with another 20,000 sq ft under construction phase, the plant with its most modern machinery and a dedicated workforce, will be able to complete the whole process of recycling of the E-waste in a more efficient manner and will reduce the time taken to a commendable 10-15 hours. The team looking after the efficient working of the plant includes an internal logistic team in place for whole Northern circle with the rest of India being taken care by partner logistic companies with whom the company has entered into agreement.
“Our 20,000 sq ft plant at Greater Noida can ably handle the complete processing of waste and also provide client friendly solutions like pickup of e-waste from the client premises and complete data security. Our plant is fully operative to cater to every requirement of the market. We are also looking forward to install 5 to 6 more plants to cultivate e-waste zones across the country, this will aim at managing the challenges of sustainable solutions for the e-waste problem in India,” informed Subir Bajaj (Founder), GreenTek Reman.
The company in order to provide a safe environment for both the workers and others, has ensured that all the safety procedures at the plant are complete and got all the necessary clearances from the authorities such as the UP Pollution Control Board for recycling of E-waste and clearance from the Ministry of Environment & Forests. The company has also got other certifications for this plant like ISO 14001:2004, ISO 9001:2008 & OHSAS 18001:2007.
GreenTek Reman Pvt. Ltd in its continuing endeavor of providing safe and efficient E-waste recycling solutions for the ever growing E-waste that it receives from OEM’s and its bulk consumers such as Banks, BPO’s, IT & ITES companies, etc, has decided to add 5-6 more such plants in the near future that it hopes will be of help towards tackling the ever growing menace of E-waste in the country.