Exhibitor focus: Stena Technoworld

Exhibitor focus: Stena Technoworld

October 16, 2019
Marcia González

Stena Technoworld turns waste into value at E-Waste World Conference & Expo

As we know, electronic products contain a whole host of precious metals and other materials that could be used again in new products – valuable resources that play an important part in a sustainable society. Material recycling saves both natural resources as well as energy compared to producing materials from virgin sources. Through high-tech, sophisticated automated processes, Stena Technoworld, an exhibitor at E-Waste World Conference & Expo, has the capacity to process large volumes of electronic products – turning this hitherto waste into value in a safe and efficient way.

Successful electronics recycling provides a multitude of benefits for an organization. When you want to extract maximum financial value and environmental benefits, Stena Technoworld has the complete service portfolio to fulfil your needs.

The company makes sure that electronics are recycled in a cost-effective, sustainable and reliable way, always aiming at lifting materials up the waste hierarchy. So, whether you are a company, manufacturer, retailer or producer association, Stena Technoworld has a solution to suit your needs.

Through qualified documentation and downstream monitoring, the company lets its customers have control in the whole value chain – from transport, through recycling to shipping of recycled materials to chosen partners abroad.

The first step in the Stena Technoworld recycling process is to remove all hazardous components and substances, such as batteries and mercury, in order to ensure that no harmful substances are released into the environment. The decontamination is performed manually, and the removed substances are sent for destruction or for further processing and refining. This is an important task in a sustainable circular economy.

The company has the capability to recycle a wide range of electronics products. These include small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, toasters, irons, electric toothbrushes, etc, as well as IT equipment such as laptops, printers, cell phones and equipment for data storage. All types of flat-panel display can be recycled, too, including TVs and monitors, plasma screens, LCDs, LEDs, OLEDs, 3D TVs, smart TVs, in addition to older TVs and monitors such as CRT appliances. Larger appliances such as washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, cookers and ovens are also handled responsibly, as well as cooling appliances such as refrigerators (household and commercial), freezers, air-conditioning systems and water coolers.

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E-Waste World Conference & Expo takes place from Thursday 14 November to Friday 15 November at the Kap Europa, Frankfurt Messe, Germany. To register for this highly focused, solutions-driven event, please click here. For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please email peter@trans-globalevents.com

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