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Dismantling and disposal: for the purpose of dismantling and regenerating resources

Assets Disposal Service for a Recycle Purpose

Due to the requirements of customer governance policies, some companies require that the underlying assets must be dismantled or even shattered. Inappropriate dismantling operations will pollute water, soil and air. Therefore, we turn these assets into professional dismantling factories for operation. With nearly ten years of experience in the industry, we have formed long-term and stable partnerships with dozens of excellent dismantling factories. After the dismantling operation is completed, we cooperate with the operating factory to provide customers with a dismantling certificate or a certificate of destruction.

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Defining the scope of disposal


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​Disassembly and disposal are carried out under the guidance of industry regulations


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​Operate in accordance with the pre-arranged process

Miaoyi selected dismantling partners based on the above assessment points and established a network of partners across the country, effectively reducing secondary carbon emissions and effectively reducing logistics costs.

We have inspected many dismantling factories, evaluated their environmental protection measures and technological processes, and have reached in-depth cooperative relationships with many well-managed factories.

Evaluation of the elements of dismantling and disposal

Partner selection

Disassembly pipeline example

The hazards of improper disposal

In February 2002, the Basel Action Network (BAN) and the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) jointly published a record report "Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia" , The article described the dismantling of discarded electronic products by villagers in Guiyu Town, Guangdong Province using primitive and dangerous disposal methods, which caused serious environmental pollution. The report disclosed for the first time the pictures taken on the ground below.

In 2003, based on a large number of field surveys and visits, Greenpeace published the "Anthropological Research Report on the E-waste Dismantling Industry in Guiyu Town, Shantou" . After that, environmental scientists at home and abroad paid great attention to the regional PTS (PTS: Persistent Toxic Substances) pollution caused by the dismantling of e-waste and the health risks caused by it. From 2000 to 2010, international academics The number of papers on e-waste in journals has shown a significant growth trend. International authoritative academic journals such as Science, Environmental Health and Perspective and Environmental Science and Technology have all expressed deep concern about the pollution caused by e-waste and its improper disposal. Some scholars have conducted a study on the blood lead status of children in Guiyu and the neighboring towns of Chendian, and found that the blood lead concentration of Guiyu children is 44.0-326.7ng/ml, with an average of 153ng/ml; the blood lead concentration of Chendian children is 40.9- 231.0ng/ml, with an average of 99.4ng/ml. Among the subjects participating in the study, 81.8% of Guiyu children and 37.7% of Chendian children had excessive blood lead levels (100ng/ml).

After 2007, domestic media such as "Economic Observer" , "New Weekly" and "IT Times" successively reported that Guiyu Town in Guangdong, Taizhou in Zhejiang and Wen'an in Hebei Province used primitive and backward methods to extract precious metals from waste electronics. Environmental pollution problems. In March 2011, serious blood lead incidents occurred in Shangtao Village, Luqiao District, Taizhou, Zhejiang, and Xinshi Town, Deqing County, Huzhou City, and 172 people had blood lead levels exceeding the standard. This group incident has attracted the attention of the Ministry of Supervision. Zhejiang Province's supervisory organs organized a serious investigation and prosecuted 19 relevant personnel for disciplinary responsibility.

In 2009, the State Council promulgated the "Regulations on the Administration of the Recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Products" , which began to be implemented in January 2011.

In August 2011, "Chemical Progress", an authoritative journal in the chemistry profession, published the " Current Situation of Pollution by Persistent Toxic Chemical Pollutants in Dismantling of Typical E-waste in China" . The article pointed out that with the development of global electronic technology, the rate of replacement of electrical products is also accelerating. Approximately 20-50 million tons of electronic waste are generated every year, and the annual growth rate is increasing at about 4%, which is the current global growth rate. The fastest solid waste. E-waste contains complex chemical components. In addition to basic industrial materials and precious metals with recycling value, it also contains a large number of persistent toxic substances (PTS). The safe recycling and disposal process of e-waste is complicated and the degree of recycling is low. Its safe disposal is a global problem. The serious environmental pollution caused by the irregular disposal process of e-waste has become one of the hot spots of environmental scientific research.

​More information about the hazards of E-Waste

China: The electronic wastebasket of the world, CNN Report
The e-waste problem, GreenPeace Report
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