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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

The World's Largest E-waste Collection Drive was Launched by Hulladek Recycling and The Lions Club

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The top e-waste management company in Eastern India, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd, is partnering with Lions Club International District 322B1 & 322B2 for West Bengal to host an e-waste collection drive. This campaign aims to raise awareness of appropriate waste disposal procedures in businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, apartment buildings, and non-governmental organisations. They will be gathering obsolete, damaged, and broken electrical and electronic waste from both individual and commercial customers. Hulladek Recycling will then handle the recycling process to ensure it is safe and approved. Nandan Mall, Chairman &Managing Director, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd. said they are glad to have collaborated with passionate members of Lions Club International. The zeal they have shown for this e-waste collection campaign has given them fresh inspiration to continue the work they do every day. They hope this year's drive will be even more successful than the one the year before, as they have managed to gather and dispose of over 8,500 kg of electronic waste. Together, they are eager to eradicate electronic waste from Bengal. Krishna Chakraborty, Mayor of the Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation, introduced the e-waste collection campaign in the presence of Nandan Mall, Founder and Managing Director of Hulladek Recycling, and Anjan Fouzdar, Environmental Engineer, West Bengal Pollution Control Board. To support this environmentally friendly project in Kolkata, Nandan Mall, Founder and Managing Director of Hulladek Recycling, Jitendra Lakhotia, Founder of LAPITUP, and Ravi Gupta, Chairman of RG Cellulars, participated in a panel discussion titled "Small Devices, Big Impact - Gadget Graveyard To Green Gold," which shed light on the issues surrounding waste management in India and offered solutions. Ankur Chaturvedi, AVP-HSE, Excellence & Quality, Emami Limited, led the panel discussion.

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