Electronic Wastes
As a result of advancement of technology and entering of electrical and electronic devices, which make our daily life easier, into our lives in increasing numbers, arouses an "Electronic Waste" problem, which threatens human health directly. The electrical and electronic devices, which have no value left for their owners and can't be used any more, contain harmful and toxic materials in their combination, such as plastic, lead, mercury, phosphor, beıyllium, cadmium, which also can't be decomposed in the nature. (For example; a television tube contains 4 g lead. 10 g of lead contaminates 25 tons soil and 200 tons water. The mercury in a fluorescent lamp contaminates 30 ton of water.) As Altas, we collect the electronic wastes, which threatens environment and human health, from houses, workplaces, institutions and e-containers with our licensed vehicles for providing recycling and disposing of them. We transport the following group of wastes to our e-waste recycling facilities, which we have a license to process vvithin scope of current regulations.

B/g household goods (except big refrigerators and air conditions)
Small household appliances
Communication and telecommunication equipments
Lighting equipments
Electrical and electronic tools
Toys, entertainment and sport equipments
Tracking and control devices

There are Computer card sorting, CRT monitor cutting, fluorescent disposal, cable breaking and stripping, plastic breaking, data disposal and e-waste sorting units in our electronic vvaste sorting facility.

The recycling materials, vvhich are contained in electronic wastes, are sorted from each other with technological equipments and by our experienced personnel and transferred to licensed companies to be used as industrial raw material, while the harmful materials to the human health and environment are disposed.