ECS is committed to delivering unique business solutions that cover the entire lifecycle of IT products through IT solution centres, advanced level repair, recycling, refurbishing and e-waste management. We believe that a systematic approach can help preserve electronic equipment, reuse or refurbish it or destroy it responsibly –without any harm to the environment.
We are committed to restoring and preservation of environmental balance by providing eco-friendly solutions for e-waste management.
“Electronic waste” may be defined as discarded computers, office electronic equipment, entertainment device electronics, mobile phones, television sets and refrigerators. This definition includes used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal.
Electronic recycling is the recycling or reuse of electronic devices. It includes both finding another use for materials (such as donation to charity), and having systems dismantled, in a manner that allows for the safe extraction of the constituent materials for reuse in other products.
With a firm belief in the goodness of recycling e-waste to save both the electronic equipment and the environment, ECS is on a go-green mission.
But, a good infrastructure is the foundation on which any organization can grow, scale and build a future. Apart from making room for future needs, tracking the changing needs of our consumers and communities also plays a significant role in shaping our infrastructure so that we can extend our functionality and support.
Our core panel is the team who dreamed of a responsible world where electronic waste can be disposed off without harming the environment. Obsolete and irrepairable electronics can also be put to good use by recycling and refurbishing. ECS stands for everything that stand for a better, go-green world where e-waste is disposed off without posing a threat to the environment. The core panel that guides and directs ECS (Eco-friendly Computech Solutions) is formed by Vijay Mandora and various senior executives.