The treatment process for e-waste typically includes dismantling, processing and end processing. Dismantling is the first step to separate hazardous components as well as valuable
components. In the subsequent processing, materials are fragmentised to liberate the materials from compounds and separated.
The objective for audit is to provide an independent opinion to the Legislative Assembly on whether:
The ACT or legislative recycling at Future Spot Technology are effectively planned, regulated and managed to optimize recycling activities to meet the ACT’s sustainability purposes; and
The management of e-waste is consistent with government legislative and policy requirements.
E-waste, also known as electronic waste, has come under attack in recent years due to its negative effects on the environment and human health. E-waste
is often considered an overlooked epidemic, as the long-term impact of this waste is still unclear. Still, many e-waste recycling centers have been created in recent years in an effort to protect humans and the planet.
When e-waste is warmed up, toxic chemicals are released into the air damaging the atmosphere. The damage to the atmosphere
is one of the biggest environmental impacts from e-waste. When electronic waste is thrown away in landfills their toxic materials seep into groundwater,
affecting both land and sea animals.
As technology continues to evolve (and end up in landfill), e-waste is proving to be a sustainability disaster. ... Shockingly, e-waste is responsible for 50 million tons of the total generated waste produced each year. Not to mention, it accounts for 70% of the toxic waste lying in landfills.
Future Spot Technology Pty Ltd, register 2012 as a 100% Black Owned and managed company, South African based ICT and technical consulting services company. We specialise in the delivery
and execution of various ICT products and services to both Public and Private sectors. These services are applied to provide high value, end-to-end solutions for our clients...
Future Spot e-Waste 11 Van Wyk Road Brentwood Park, Benoni
011 974 1535
Benefit Of Recycling E-Waste
quantities of phones, appliances and other electronic waste (e-waste) end up in landfill every day, even though most of it can be recycled. E-waste can be anything that is no longer needed and plugs into a power point or runs on batteries, including old televisions, refrigerators, lighting and even hearing aids.
Africa is becoming one of the world’s biggest producers of e-waste, so every effort to recycle electronic waste at home and work helps.