Attero recycling raises funding of $6.3 million
Attero is setting up an automated and integrated Electrical & Electronic Waste recycling plant in Roorkee spread over an area of more than 100,000 sq ft. The plant will process WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) such as used computers, cell phones, network gear, TV etc. in an environmentally friendly manner with very high recycling efficiency. Attero was started with a mission of removing E Waste from our society.
“We at Attero believe that recycling is a simple step towards a better future. We look at E-Waste as an important resource that can be made useful instead of shunning it as a social and environmental burden.” said Nitin Gupta, CEO, Attero Recycling Private Limited. “With this funding, we look forward to bringing a safe, efficient and hassle free solution to the E-Waste problem and open up this potentially huge market in India. We are delighted to have investors like NEA-IUV and DFJ partner with us in this venture.”
“Close technical collaboration with a leading US company for mechanical separation, a first-of-its kind indigenous metallurgical process being developed in-house, a highly automated facility for integrated E-Waste recycling at Roorkee are just some steps taken to
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