Our Mission and Vision l Namo e-Waste Recycling Plant in India


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Climate change and environmental degradation have been identified as one of the key issues plaguing us today. In that light, several national and international mandates have been undertaken to combat those components that harm the environment around us.

Such steps include the National Action Plan on Climate Change by the Government of India, the U.N Framework Convention on Climate Change by the United Nations, and including ‘Climate Action’, and ‘Responsible Consumption and Production’ in the U.N Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which acts as a blueprint to ensure a sustainable future for each human.

At Namo e-Waste, we have identified these issues and have been working towards addressing them. We provide you with door-to-door services to ensure that your e-waste is collected with convenience and transported it to our recycling plants where we extract those parts which can be reused and sustainably dispose the rest through in an environment friendly way.

We have made it our mission to ensure that at least 50% of e-waste produced in India is disposed sustainably. To further commit to the same, Namo e-Waste is soon moving from providing our services to just producers to everyday consumers. In going B2C we want to expand the number of people we can help in disposing e-waste.

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A key component plaguing the environment is the unruly disposal of e-waste. Through the shadow economy and their methods of disposal, and the lack of awareness on the environmental degradation of unprocessed e-waste disposal, harmful toxics are released in the air that affect both the environment and humans.

The effects of the poor air quality is most visible in Delhi, India where in recent times the air quality has been deemed unlivable. In addition to that, information on sustainable e-waste disposal and availing services for the same is not easily available either.

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To ensure that the e-waste produced, from consumers or producers, is disposed sustainably, without negatively affecting the environment, by reaching out to the maximum number of people possible.

Through this, we further extend our commitment to the fulfilment of the SDGs and several national initiatives that aim at working towards the betterment of environment and ultimately preventing the harmful effects of climate change.