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E-waste Generators

I have E-waste I want o dispose

E-waste Collection Centre

We are E-waste Collection Centre

Recycling Centre

We recycle, dismantle, and reuse e-waste materials.
Who we are

Empowering Collaboration Along Circular Electronics

By 2050 the volume of e‑waste, in a scenario without circular approaches, could top 120 million tons annually.

Green Hamsters is an end-to-end digital platform empowering e-waste stakeholder to collaborate in predicting, geo-mapping, tracking and managing e-waste.

E-waste Producers
Dismantlers & Recyclers

What we do




Dismantlers & Recyclers


Our Promise

Disposal Geo-mapping Tracking Traceability Prediction CO2 Footprints Awareness By-products Marketplace Environmental Safety Transperancy using Blockchain Technology Incentivizing circular behavior
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1 M
Tons by 2050
1 M
Tons Every Year
1 +
Billion USD

Health consequences of E-waste exposure include:

Thyroid function
Altered Cellular expression and function
Adverse neonatal outcomes
Cognitive and behavioural changes
Neurological issues
Decreased lung function
Increase risk of Cancer
Reproductive Problems

It’s our everyday products - types of e-waste:

31 % - Small electronic equipment such as microwaves, shavers or cameras
28 % - Large electronic equipment such as dishwashers and washing machines
17 % - Temperature exchange equipment such as fridges or air-conditioners
15 % - Screens
7 % - Small IT such as computers or phones
2 % - Lamps

Source: Statista


Washing machines Flat panel display for computer Flat panel televisions Laptop, notebook, tablet Fridge or combined fridge/freezer Mobile phones

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You can learn more from asked questions

Recycling creates jobs. It’s been estimated that recycling computers alone can create 296 new jobs each year for every 10,000 tons of computer waste that gets processed. The recycling industry is growing and creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs across the globe.

  • Smartphones
  • Laptops
  • DVD players
  • Xbox players
  • and other electronics
  1. Make a regular habit of recycling any used electronics you no longer want or need.
  2. Help educate other people about the importance of recycling e-waste. And that begins by educating yourself about e-waste facts.

Recycling e-Waste is a great way to save energy. Recycling uses far less energy than mining for virgin ore to make new metals. Recycling one million laptops saves the same amount of energy that it would take to power 3,657 homes each year.

There now are more mobile phones in existence than people on the planet. Based on the number of active SIM cards in use today, it’s been estimated there are more than 7.2 billion mobile devices being used, compared to fewer than 7.2 billion people on the planet. Mobile devices are growing faster than the Earth’s population.

Because electronic devices contain valuable raw materials like gold, copper, silver, and nickel, they can be extracted and resold to manufacturers creating new products. Those materials are lost when e-waste is sent to landfills. It’s been estimated that in 2016, the total value of the raw materials within e-waste amounted to $65 billion.

A Team

We draw on our passion for Circular Electronics

We also bring a strong interest in social impact and sustainability thinking, with an emphasis on technology and innovation.

David Chuthi

Team Lead
Innovation enthusiast & Startup Entrepreneur

Charlene Mwangi

Lead Operations
Risk management professional; passionate about social impact and innovation.

Felix Kumafutsa

Lead Tech
Innovation enthusiast with over 3 years of experience as a full stack software developer.
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Get in touch


Kenya & Malawi

Talk to us:

Charlene: +254 720 216244
Felix: +265 997 47 32 56
David: +254 723 081406

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