Middle East looks promising for India e-waste firm
A2Z Dataserve sets up Dubai plant and plans 100,000tn capacity growth
India-based electronic waste recycling firm A2Z Dataserve has revealed plans to expand into the Middle East.
Following the signing of a JV with UK based e-waste management firm Dataserv, to set up a new e-waste recycling firm in Guragon with the ability to handle up to 10,000 tonnes per annum, the company has revealed plans to expand plant capacity to 100,000 tonnes in two years.
"We are starting with 10,000 tonnes capacity per annum plant with initial investment of almost $400,000. After two years of business we will look at capacity to process 100,000 tonnes per annum and investment will also be in same tune," said Amit Sardana, A2Z Dataserv Managing Director.
Sardana said the company has started the process to set up a plant in Dubai as well which will be 100% owned by A2Z Dataserv. Simultaneously, the company is working to set up a further five plants in India.