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CSR: Nupur Recyclers Ltd. aims to address India’s growing e-waste problem

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Nupur Recyclers, a market leader in metal scrap processing and recycling, is looking forward to address the country’s growing e-waste problem. The company has played a key role in bringing order to the highly fragmented recycling sector and it is now looking to acquire / partner with an e-waste management company in India with the goal of deploying sustainable technology and investments to help reduce the carbon footprint of old electronic devices.
Nupur Recyclers is already working with Go Green Enviro, an ESG consultancy firm in order to achieve net-zero emission. Company already has strength in recycling and this will be coupled with the strong capabilities of e-waste management / recycling company, it will help accelerate the journey towards zero waste.
Nupur Recyclers Ltd. strongly believes that overexploitation of the earth’s resources, which occurs as a result of mining, must be effectively dealt with. Converting metal from ore produces more pollution than recycling and depletes natural resources needed to keep our ecosystem in balance.
Rajesh Gupta, Founder, Nupur Recyclers, stated“E-waste poses a threat to humans, animals, and the environment. Even in trace amounts, heavy metals and highly poisonous chemicals such as mercury, lead, beryllium, and cadmium pose a significant threat to the environment. While consumers must be made aware that buying new electronics and simply discarding old appliance rather than refurbishing or recycling them can cause serious environmental harm, it is also imperative that we build mechanisms that can effectively help in disposing of and recycling e-waste. With our strategic investment, we are certain to move closer to our goal of delivering a one-stop solution for all e-waste recycling needs.”
As environmental concerns grow, people are becoming more aware of the environment and climate change. Efforts in this direction today have the ability to overcome the mounting challenge of e-waste in the near future.

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