Ordinary industrial waste (recyclable and non-recyclable) is generated by industrial or commercial activities but is similar to household waste by its nature and composition. It is not toxic or hazardous and thus requires no special treatment. These non-hazardous wastes can be either recycled & reused or treated & disposed of safeguarding the environment, in compliance with the statutory and regulatory requirements for quality, environment and Occupational Health & Safety (OHS). Internally every Janatics personal is well informed on disposal categorization of components through the Bill of materials.
The main parts of the Janatics product are metals &can be recycled to preserve natural resources and energy.
- Dismantle the product and detach each component separately and dispose according to the legislation of the country
- Generally all metals such as steel, aluminum, copper and its alloys, and precious metals can be recycled again as raw materials according to local regulations.
- Also some plastics like PET, HDPE, PVC, PA, PoM, & packing materials like PU foam & PE film can be recycled with the aid of local regulations.
- Other plastics like PP and LDPE are difficult to recycle which requires special processes to avoid adverse environmental impact.
- Rubber parts can be disposed by land fill or incineration following international and national regulations
- Electrical & Electronic components like Printed circuit boards and reed switches need selective treatment and IEC 62635 guidelines can be referred.
- To aid recycling and disposal approach deposition either by own or through the authorized agency to sustain the environment.
- Remove all organic coatings, paint, and lacquered scrap by thermal decoating treatment prior to melting so as to avoid gaseous emissions and decomposition.
- Follow national & international regulations for End of Life treatment of all components and consumables.