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Namo eWaste is the best eWaste disposal center in India to get rid of all your old electronics. We offer free pickup and disposal of all electronics, computers, TVs, laptops, and more electronic scrap for all our customers at our e-waste collection center, whether they are commercial or residential. All you have to do is schedule a pickup call to our authorized recycler and we will be there to collect your eWaste at your doorstep!

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Namo eWaste Management Ltd.
14/1, Mathura Road Faridabad, India

GF, Wing B- Golf View Corporate Tower,
Sector 42 Golf Course Gurugram,
Haryana 122002.

Registered Office: B-91, A-6, LGF, Kalkaji,
South Delhi, New Delhi 110019, Delhi, India

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Frequently asked questions.

eWaste (electronic waste) is a term for discarded electronic components which have reached the end of their useful life. This includes items such as computers, televisions, cordless phones, mobile phones, video game consoles and other electronic devices that are no longer being used.

Yes, you will get paid for recycling your gadgets with Namo eWaste. We offer a competitive rate for your gadgets, based on the model and condition of the device.

When it comes to electronic waste, there are a few things you need to keep in mind in order to properly dispose of it. First and foremost, electronic waste should never be disposed of in the trash can. Second, if you plan on disposing of your electronic waste at a recycling centre, make sure to call ahead and inquire about their procedures. Some recycling centres have special requirements for certain types of electronic waste. Finally, always err on the side of caution when disposing of any type of hazardous material, including electronic waste.

  • It can be difficult to know when the right time is to recycle electronics. They may seem like they last forever, but eventually they will need to be replaced. Here are a few signs that it might be time to recycle your old electronics:
  • Your electronic device is no longer working properly.
  •  It is out of date and no longer supported by the manufacturer.
  • You have upgraded to a newer model and no longer need the old one.
  • It is damaged beyond repair.

The health hazards caused by eWaste include the emission of various chemicals, such as dioxins, polychlorinated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers. These chemicals are known to cause cancer and other diseases. The decomposition of eWastes can also release these chemicals into the environment.

Another health hazard caused by eWaste is radiation exposure from electronic waste burning or incineration. This is because some electronic components contain toxic metals such as lead or cadmium that can be released into the air during this process. Electronic waste contains heavy metals such as mercury and cadmium which are toxic to humans and animals when they come in contact with them. These heavy metals can cause damage to the brain and nervous system if they are ingested or inhaled. They can also cause long-term health effects like liver toxicity and cancer if they accumulate in body tissues over time.