Disposed or secondary electronic devices contain valuable material i.e. zinc, nickel, silver, gold to mention some precious metals. On the other hand, e-waste is laden with toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium that can leak into water, soils and the atmosphere, posing significant environmental and human health risks. This is an enormous problem, especially in developing countries. Watch our business partner, Akkuser, in action:
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Piloting has already finished in Accra, Ghana. The following pilots will be executed in Nigeria and Indonesia as well as extensions in Ghana.
GA90 Recycling Ltd has strenghtened the team for market expansions with Ms Evita Hapavaara and Mr Felix Gideon Odu. Mr Felix Gideon Odu will head up operations for Nigeria and Ms Evita Haapavaara will head up the operations for Indonesia. Both will cooperate closely with the executive management of GA90 Recycling Oy, in order to plan and deploy future market growths.
GA90 Recycling Oy has 25.4.2014 signed an MoU with local partners for Nigeria and Indonesia operation under the GA90 Recycling name. Piloting will commence immediately in Nigeria. Indonesia will start by testing at shopping malls.