We joined the war against e-waste

af | 29. sep, 2023 | Sustainability

Did you know that the global electronic waste is thought to be worth around 60 billion USD in raw materials like gold, palladium, silver and cobber? Yet only approximately 17% of that is collected and recycled.
In other words: on a global plan we throw around 48 billion USD directly in the bin!

Moreover, a lot of the “recycled” e-waste is sent to Africa and Asia where a lot of it is burned – most often by children, putting them under extreme health risks and polluting the ground, the air and the water in the area.

We know that we cannot save the whole world, but at Techsave we know that we can make a difference. That’s why we have joined the battle against e-waste.

Techsave addresses the growing issue of electronic waste by offering a sustainable solution for extending the lifespan of liquid damaged electronic devices.



Traditional repair methods often involve the removal and replacement of damaged components which is both costly and time consuming. In contrast, Techsave’s cleaning process is minimally disruptive, preserving the original components and reducing the need for new parts. This not only saves resources but also contributes to a significant reduction in electronic waste.

The Techsave system employs sophisticated algorithms to identify and isolate specific issues within the device. By pinpointing the root cause of the problem, technicians can make targeted repairs, ensuring that only the necessary components are addressed. This precision leads to faster turnaround times and higher success rates in device recovery.



Techsave’s impact on sustainability is undeniable.
By extending the lifespan of electronic devices, Techsave helps reduce the demand for new products, ultimately lowering the environmental footprint associated with manufacturing and disposal.
It is applicable across a wide range of electronic devices, from smartphones and laptops to gaming consoles and household appliances. This versatility makes it a valuable tool for repair technicians, enabling them to address a diverse array of electronic malfunctions.

Techsave’s approach aligns perfectly with the principles of circular economy.
By prioritizing repair and refurbishment over replacement, our technology promotes a more sustainable and resource-efficient model for the electronics industry. This shift towards circularity not only benefits the environment but also presents economic opportunities through job creation and the development of a thriving repair and refurbishment sector.
Moreover, companies that adopt Techsave position themselves as leaders in sustainability, appealing to a growing consumer base that values eco-consciousness.