Hulladek Recycling plans to expand its footprints across India

News Desk, News Nation 360: Launched in 2014, Hulladek Recycling Private Limited aims to make the world a greener place through establishing proper and organised e-waste management systems. The company has been providing solutions for proper electronic waste disposal since. It was founded with the mission to combat the growing menace of e-waste generation and mismanagement. Embedded in the evergreen mantra of Reduce, Re-use and Recycle, the company works towards effectively channelizing the electronic and electrical waste. In the first year itself, the company was successful  in  recycling  over  36,000 kgs of e-waste. After a successful inaugural year,

Hulladek began co-branding activations and events in association with renowned aggregators such as Uber, Ola and Zomato expand its reach. Silicon India has felicitated Hulladek by featuring the company among the Top 10 Most Promising e-waste Service Providers in the country. In the coming years, the company started expanding its services in other parts of East and North East India and got associated with major Companies as their E-Waste Manager.  Hulladek Recycling currently operates in the Eastern part of the country including Kolkata, Jamshedpur, Dimapur, Kohima, Agartala, Bhubaneshwar, Shillong and Guwahati. Now Hulladek Recycling is planning to expand its footprints in other parts of the country. The company announced that it has completed 300 Weeks of services working for recycling and e-waste management in this region. Nandan Mall, Chief Executive Officer, Hulladek Recycling, told as a brand, Hulladek has been working towards creating awareness about the importance of recycling and e-waste management. Taking this further, they have planned to expand their reach to other parts of the country. They will soon start their services pan India. Moving forward on their mission, this is another step forward in the direction of supporting the society.

Report : Anustup Kundu

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