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Recycling - from E-Waste to Resources," the amount of e-waste being produced - including mobile phones and computers - could rise by as much as 500 percent over the next decade in some countries, such as India. The United States is the world leader in producing electronic waste, tossing away about 3 million tons each year.
We are MalayaSatu Scrap Metal Sdn Bhd leading electronic waste (ewaste) collection and recycling service.
With three waste management experts (and brothers) in the drivers seat, we are 100% MalayaSatu Scrap Metal Sdn Bhd owned and operated. We started out 1986 years ago in waste management with our company 1300Rubbish, over the years we have successfully expanded the business to be a national rubbish removal and collection service.
Our extensive experience in the waste industry helped us to realise the enormity of the electronic waste issue in this country. Currently ewaste in Malaysian is being generated three times faster than any other municipal waste stream. Establishing a company specialising in ewaste not only felt like a natural progression from general rubbish but also an area where we could really make a difference.
The biggest hurdle our company faces is awareness, the vast majority of the population just don’t know what to do with their ewaste and unfortunately that means that most of it ends up in landfill. However, we believe that education is the key, the more people understand about the toxic effects of ewaste in landfill, the more passionate they become about diverting it. It is imperative that the ‘ewaste in landfill’ cycle is broken, it’s the only way technology can be a part of a sustainable future.
The team at MalayaSatu Scrap Metal Sdn Bhd ewaste will collect and recycle any kind of ewaste, the list is endless but a few examples are … computers, screens, printers, photocopiers, scanners, keyboards, mobile phones, televisions, dvds, vcrs, microwaves, stereos, cameras, electric toys and much, much more.
MalayaSatu Scrap Metal Sdn Bhd ewaste recycle as much as possible, currently 95-98% (by weight) of all collected ewaste is fully recycled into secondary materials for future use.
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