Attero Recycling is a pioneer in transforming non-recyclable plastic to carbon black. Attero Recycling is an integrated end-to-end electronic waste (e-waste) recycling company and now the first e-waste recycler to be registered with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, is involved in initiating a socially-responsible movement towards electronic waste. Attero Recycling, with its end to end e-cycling plant, zero dumping technology and state of the art e-waste treatment unit, is illuminating a path towards a better future- for e-waste as well as the planet. The company’s service offering include data security, request a pickup, video surveillance, recycling solution, and treating hazardous substances. Attero Recycling helps in fulfilling a huge environmental responsibility by extending a helping hand to companies struggling with their e-waste load. With the company’s fully automated facility for e-waste recycling at Roorkee, a first of its kind metallurgical process and a close technical collaboration with a leading US company, the company handles the complete processing of waste, also provide client friendly solutions such as pickup of e-waste from the premises and complete data security. The company’s integrated system typically reduces total returns costs by 15%-25%. The company’s RM platform is an amalgamation of IT and Logistics Domain Expertise. The company re-cycles and offers the obsolete electricals a new life and a new function - that of saving the Earth, from landfills, pollution, depletion of resources and deforestation. Attero Recycling’s E-waste mining is a radical solution for dealing with the glut of old computers, cell phones, DVDs and other electronic waste.
Attero Recycling utilizes cutting edge technology coupled with a simple approach that makes electronic recycling and IT asset disposal straightforward, secure and affordable. Using the company’s unique recycling techniques, valuable materials such as copper, iron, glass, aluminum and plastic could be extracted from electronic scrap, hence putting a stop to the tarnishing of the earth`s facia. At Attero Recycling, the hazardous substances recovered during the process of recycling e-waste are disposed off through the Common Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage & Disposal Facility, commonly known as CHWTSDF, authorized by the Central Pollution Control Board in the prescribed manner. Attero Recycling operates an automated and integrated Electrical & Electronic Waste recycling plant in Roorkee spread over an area of more than 100,000 sq ft. The company’s plant processes WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), which are used computers, cell phones, network gear, TVs and many more in an environmentally friendly manner with very high recycling efficiency. The company’s material recovery process assures the destruction of sensitive information or hardware through the size reduction, separation and refinement of individual materials. The company’s recycling process is a balance between disassembly, mechanical separation of complex materials and metallurgical treatment, resulting in a minimization of the labor intensive manual disassembly. The company’s clients include The New India Express Group, Euronet Worldwide, Orient Craft Ltd., General Electric, IFFCO-TOKIO, MCX, Drive India Enterprise Solutions Ltd., VIACOM, LG, The LEELA-The Leading Hotels of the world, Perot Systems, KPMG, VISA, JWT, and Nokia Siemens Network.