E-waste brings in the money


Good return: Mohamed Tarek (right) expects a strong boost in its volume and profits as full operations resume.

COVID-19 may have put a dampener on operations, but with more people staying home and having the time to sort through their things, Erth is expecting its e-waste recycling business to bounce back stronger than ever.

Founder Mohamed Tarek El-Fatatry says the movement control order (MCO) has caused a rapid surge in its order book, surpassing its entire value for 2019.

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