We take great effort to avoid contamination during our operations. We may say that the method of extracting valuable metal from e-waste produces zero pollution.
Computers & laptops are one of the most known e-waste we can collect, reuse, refurbish, and recycle.
The collection process was taken care of carefully, as some of the products may be reused.
After collection data are removed carefully so that no data breach the privacy of the current user.
Then they are manually checked by experts to whether they are reusable or not.
Some parts may be good to reuse.
Those that are not suitable for reuse go to recycling facilities where they are shredded, separated, and processed later for recycling. All our services will be coming soon!
When it comes to recycling, 3RFutures takes data security very seriously. After collection of any sort of large memory devices and hard disks, we remove data carefully so the privacy of the last user may not be compromised.
It is very important for a corporate company to ensure data degaussing to secure their sensitive information. We are also developing the system to degauss data at the site so that companies need not worry about their sensitive data.
All our services are coming soon!
3RFutures is an environmental conscience recycling company that specializes in the reuse of refurbished laptops and computers.
We believe that refurbished devices should be available to everyone and our services reflect that commitment.
Not only do we offer great deals on refurbished laptops and computers, but we also resell used devices to help reduce the amount of waste produced each year.
We are committed to giving back to our community and work with local schools and charities to provide technology access for less privileged students and people. Stay tuned for all our upcoming services!
We are experts in the recycling of mobile devices, home appliances, toys, and other items.
We provide a sustainable solution by recovering valuable metals from recycled products. The removal and separation of batteries is the first step in our process.
The materials are then shredded and magnetized to separate ferrous items. The materials are then cut into small pieces and separated based on conductivity with an eddy current separator.
After a series of processes, we get our desired materials from e-waste and most notably the precious metals
E-waste recycling process such as CRT televisions and flat-screen televisions starts with removing physical hazards such as batteries, lamps containing mercury, and CRT glass.
To ensure that all hazardous materials are safely removed, we have experts on staff who are specially trained in e-waste recycling. After the waste is properly sorted, the circuits and electronics are put with other electronics materials where a series of shredding, magnetic separation, and eddy current separation processes take place.
Most experienced people are needed in CRT separation. It is a hazardous job.
At 3RFutures, we offer battery recycling services to help reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills.
We are developing a facility that will perform to recycle nearly all types of batteries, including those for tools, toys, phones, tablets, laptops, and even electric vehicles.
Battery collection is complicated though we are especially focusing on building a team of collectors who understand this job properly and follow the correct methods and thus easing the collection system.
It is a newer concept of recycling as the number of solar panels increases day by day.
3RFutures is a company committed to recycling solar panels and recovering the valuable materials they contain. We are developing the facility for a safe and environmentally responsible way to recycle these panels, recovering glass, metals, and silicon for reuse.
This helps reduce the environmental impact of disposing of solar panels and safeguards our planet for future generations.
We commonly detect precious metals such as gold, silver, palladium, and platinum in e-waste, as these have significant market value. A bigger quantity of metal extraction can be achieved depending on the extraction process.
Iron, Aluminum, Copper, Lead, Nickel, Cobalt, Tin, Lithium, Silicon, and other metals are frequently found in e-waste, battery, and solar recycling. Copper, Aluminum, and Iron are the most common.
Lead is the most toxic substance found in e-waste. Lead makes up about 20% of the monitor’s weight. Cadmium, chromium, mercury, antimony, and brominated flame retardants are among the other environmental health concerns in e-waste. The use of crude technologies to extract components from e-waste in most underdeveloped nations wastes resources, energy, and pollutes the environment. They do not use personal protective equipment, nor do they have waste water treatment facilities or proper waste gas exhaust. Electronic sources account for over 70% of heavy metals found in soil, including mercury and cadmium.