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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Hulladek Recycling and RG Cellular Launched Drop-Your-E-Waste Initiative

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The premier waste management company in India, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd, has partnered with RG Cellular, the highly regarded and award-winning Retail and Distribution Network of Eastern India, to introduce a novel programme called "Drop Your E-Waste," which aims to encourage responsible disposal of e-waste. As a consequence of the partnership, E-Waste Bins will be installed in all RG Cellular locations in Kolkata, increasing public accessibility and convenience for e-waste disposal. By encouraging people to dispose of their outdated or unwanted electronics, the "Drop Your E-Waste" programme helps to ensure that they are recycled properly and do not end up in landfills, which can be hazardous to the environment. Participants who drop off their e-waste at any of the designated collection points will receive a complimentary headset as a further incentive to participate and encourage responsible e-waste management. Popular actor and model Darshana Banik launched the "Drop Your E-Waste" initiative at the RG Cellular Store, Acropolis Mall. Nandan Mall, Chairman & Managing Director, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd., and Ravi Gupta, Director, RG Cellular, were also present. This marked a significant step towards environmental sustainability. Darshana Banik, a well-known model and actor, endorsed the project and emphasised the value of group action in preserving the environment for the coming generations. Nandan Mall, Chairman & Managing Director, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd. stated that the partnership between Hulladek and RG Cellular will significantly advance the cause of ethical e-waste disposal. Their goal is to encourage people to adopt sustainable practices by increasing awareness of the significance of recycling electronic waste by providing conveniently located collection points and offering incentives for participation.


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