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Recycling of household appliances

Recycling of household appliances

E-waste consisting of small household appliances such as irons, vacuum cleaners, toasters that have expired or become unusable, large household appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers, ovens, televisions, cameras, computers, toys, fluorescent lamps, mercury, lead and chemicals harm the environment.

Waste household appliances are electronic devices that are used in homes and have lost their function. Scrap materials such as iron, copper, aluminum can be sold to scrap dealers in our homes or workplaces. The recycling process of such materials also ends in a short time. However, the materials referred to as small household appliances in homes contain some electronic devices. Therefore, the recycling process is different. The negative effects of such scraps in nature are much more than conventional scraps. Of course, the importance given to the recycling process is more.

Some devices that are harmful to nature and human health can be used in electronic devices. Such materials should be sorted out during the recycling process and made ready for reuse.

Electronic devices in household appliances can be separated by a good recycling process. In the first stage of the recycling activity, the plastic parts on the device are separated. The separated plastic parts usually make up 10% of the total weight of the device. In addition, electronic components and cards in the device are removed. The separated parts are made reusable with an effective recycling work. This paves the way for the reuse of materials classified as household appliance scrap. Manufacturers operating in the sector meet their needs for cheap raw materials in this way. In addition to low raw material costs, an environmentally friendly initiative is guaranteed with effective use.