Our journey begins with the meticulous collection of electronic waste from designated collection points, guaranteeing the safe removal of these materials from the environment. Equipped with cutting-edge technology and a fleet of specialized vehicles, we ensure the secure transportation of E-Waste to our processing centers where disassembling and cleaning takes place.
Wire Recycling is the process of collecting, disassembling, and reusing or repurposing discarded wires and cables, typically made of materials like copper and PVC (polyvinyl chloride). Wire recycling involves several stages, including the collection of wires from various sources, the
removal of insulation or protective coatings, and the separation of metals like copper from non metallic materials. The recovered materials can then be used in various industries, such as electrical manufacturing or the production of new wires and cables.
At Infinity Green International, we're proud to stand as Sri Lanka's sole automated wire recycling company. Our wire recycling process is a well-coordinated series of stages. Wire waste is cleaned and separated at our state-of-the-art premises and from there, it undergoes an extensive recycling process. The recycled PVC finds its way to footwear manufacturers, supporting local industries in creating sustainable products and the recovered copper is distributed among local electrical manufacturers.
Clean & Separate
Wire waste undergoes careful dismantling, thorough cleaning, and precise separation at our state-of-the art facility. This comprehensive approach not only ensures environmental sustainability but also maximizes resource recovery.
Choosing wire recycling over hazardous practices like wire burning is paramount for numerous reasons. Wire burning, a common technique in informal E-Waste recycling, poses severe risks to both human health and the environment. The process releases toxic fumes and pollutants into the air, leading to respiratory problems and various health issues.
Implementing safe and sustainable recycling methods, including proper dismantling, separation, and extraction techniques, not only ensures the protection of workers but also safeguards the environment for a healthier, cleaner future.
After cleaning and separation, wire waste finds new life as recycled PVC and copper within our facility. We take pride in keeping the wire recycling process in-house, directly contributing to our nation's economy by supplying essential materials to local manufacturers.