Hiflo, being a responsible organisation aiding the electronic industry, is renowned for our expertise in handling electronic residues, hazardous waste and E-waste. We have consistently demonstrated a commitment to sustainability that sets us apart from our competitors. Recognising the significant environmental impact of processes, Hiflo has taken proactive steps to minimise our ecological footprint and promote responsible business practices. Our dedication to sustainability is exemplified by the establishment of our cutting-edge recycling and reprocessing facility, which stands as proof of our industry leadership.
Hiflo proudly holds the distinction of being the forerunners in India with an approved and certified facility for the recovery of electronic residues. Through our unique “Reclaim and Recycle” center, we assist our customers in meeting legal and environmental requirements while reducing their environmental liability. This facility efficiently recovers hazardous waste from the electronic industry, ensuring responsible disposal and contributing to a cleaner environment. Our commitment to sustainability extends beyond waste management. We continually strive to enhance our recycling and refining processes to minimise energy consumption, reduce waste generation, and optimise resource utilization. We firmly believe that these incremental improvements collectively foster a more sustainable future.
Our team takes great pride in being a comprehensive solution provider, offering manufacturing capabilities and support presence that meets the evolving needs of our customers. Our “Reclaim and Recycle” facility stands as a tangible demonstration of our commitment to sustainability, allowing us to actively contribute to the preservation of our planet. Choose Hiflo as your trusted partner and join us in making a significant impact on the industry while embracing a sustainable and environmentally conscious future.
Proper e-waste management helps prevent the release of hazardous substances into the environment. Electronic devices often contain toxic materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium. When improperly disposed of, these substances can contaminate soil, water sources, and air, posing serious health risks to humans and wildlife. By implementing effective e-waste management practices, we can minimise the release of these hazardous substances and protect both the environment and public health.