Green Place for Electronic waste Recycling and ITAD service in Egypt, Middle east and Africa.

E-Waste Recycling

IT and E-Waste Recycling for Businesses

Businesses have adopted a multitude of electronic devices to streamline and automate business processes as a result of the information technology explosion. When these products have outlived their usefulness, they should be recycled in an environmentally responsible manner, in accordance with all applicable laws governing the recycling of electronic waste. Compliant IT disposal and e-recycling of end-of-life electronics are provided by GP for leading regional and international businesses. Our global network of certified e-waste recycling centers with no export mandates reinforces our closed-loop approach to recycling e-waste responsibly. We provide transparency regarding the tracking, recycling, and disposal of hazardous materials.

GP possesses the global reach, expertise, and infrastructure required to ensure the following:

  • Your IT assets and electronic waste are processed in an eco-friendly manner.
  • Your reputation is protected
  • Your compliance risks no longer exist
  • When recycling digital data-containing equipment, your data is deleted. See information below regarding data-bearing equipment.
Data-Destruction

Did you know?

GP collaborates with a large number of global 2000 companies and has a track record of success. Our global reach allows clients to create single-vendor programs. This facilitates a consistent model of service delivery, simplifies vendor relations, and increases overall accountability.

Global Services

Recyclable Products We Accept

  • Outdated IT Resources
  • Outdated electronic equipment (e-waste)
  • Network equipment
  • Data center equipment
  • Mobile phones, tablets
    Internet of Things (IoT) devices
  • Telecommunication equipment
  • LCD monitors
  • Printers, copiers

 

Environmental Compliance

All GP recycling facilities have been audited by a third party and awarded ISO 14001, ISO 45001, and ISO 9001 certifications. Depending on each country's regulatory framework, e-waste facilities worldwide are certified to additional standards. In addition to these certifications, all GP e-waste recycling centers must adhere to corporate environmental and safety standards, which protect our clients and employees from the risks associated with IT equipment disposal and recycling of used electronics. Here is a complete list of certifications and actual certifications for all of our e-waste facilities:

GP Certifications

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Supporting e-Waste Recycling Services for Businesses

In addition to our innovative recycling technology, we also offer additional services to our corporate clients.

The most frequent shipments we receive from businesses include both electronics with reusability potential and obsolete or broken electronics with no remaining useful life. It is our responsibility to determine whether it is worthwhile to attempt to repair broken equipment or to recycle it immediately. We offer a variety of complementary services to support our clients' varying needs for compliant IT equipment disposal and recycling.

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Our Certifications

GP Delivers Consistently:

  • Completely certified and accountable e-waste recycling processes
  • Reliable service backed by a track record of success in the e-waste recycling industry
  • Certifications and assurances that products are physically destroyed
  • Compliance with all legal requirements for the disposal of e-waste and IT
  • Inventory monitoring and reporting

Security Measures

Our recycling services are supported by a number of security measures to ensure complete accountability as equipment is transported from client locations and processed by GP. Among these security measures are:

Electronic Recycling – How We Do It


Have you ever wondered how electronics and computers are recycled?
The process of e-recycling and IT disposal separates steel, plastic, aluminum, copper, and precious metals. These separated commodities are employed as raw materials to create products of the following generation.

Contact Your Recycling Consultant


Contact GP immediately to arrange a consultation for destruction and recycling services.