E-waste management policy being finalized

In 2021, Bangladesh will produce 1,169.98 tons of mobile e-waste Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar on Saturday said a policy on managing e-waste was at its final stage. "It is currently with the law ministry," he...

Potential of e-waste recycling remains untapped

Residents in Dhaka are quite familiar with informal buyers of obsolete computers, laptops, batteries of Instant Power Supply and other malfunctioned home appliances. These collectors buy obsolete or damaged electronic and electrical items from residents at...

E-wastes, a threat to public health

Gross negligence of electronic and electrical waste management created serious health and environmental hazards in the capital and elsewhere in the country. The problem became widespread due to users leaving the wastes, generated by increasing use of...

E-waste management

According to recent media reports, negligence regarding electronic and electrical waste management is creating serious health and environmental hazards in the capital and elsewhere in the country. The problem has become widespread due to users leaving the...

UNIDO to help Bangladesh manage e-waste

Visiting Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Li Yong today assured Bangladesh of providing technical support in managing its electronic waste (e-waste). The UNIDO DG came up with the assurance during his meeting...

E-waste management: No progress in 7 years since regulations drafted

The volume of e-waste is increasing daily and the country still lacks a proper mechanism to recycle it Bangladesh still lacks a proper mechanism for the safe disposal of electrical waste (e-waste), seven years after the government drafted regulations to...

Treasure from trash: E-waste recycling in Bangladesh

Extracting valuable elements contained in electronic waste, mostly known as e-waste, such as copper and gold, can be a good source of income in developing or newly industrialized countries, and Bangladesh is certainly no exception in this regard. E-waste can...

Electronic Waste: The Story of Bangladesh

Rashna Raya Rahman and Naureen Shafinaz Mahboob The vision 2021 of becoming "Digital Bangladesh" aims to make our nation stronger through effective use of modern technology on important sectors and areas like education, health, communication and alleviation...

The billion ton problem

Let me begin by confessing that until September 17, I had not heard of the term “e-waste.” I assume many people, in particular young people studying technology, must have heard of it. I have come to learn of the term through a newspaper article. The article,...

E-waste: A growing concern

Rapid progress in science and information technology, growing manufacturing activities, expanding urbanisation and increasing globalisation have elevated consumption and production for newer, better and faster electrical and electronic devices. With the...

Technological advancement has increased the usage of the electronic devices among the mass population. End of the lifecycle discarded electrical and electronics products have environmental and social impact. Array Consortium is working to create awareness and Read More

Anjuman Akter
Managing Director, Array Consortium
Myself Anjuman Akter on behalf of Array Consortium Limited, we would like to find the solution of e-waste management hence to provide a better way to collect the wastages from all the electronic devices, which tend to be dumped Read More

How It All Starts

Every year, hundreds of tones worth of smartphones, tablets, laptops, headphones and many more are stopped being used or thrown away completely because they’re either outdated, broken or get unusable.

What Are These E-Waste Made Of

Electronic internals are mostly made of precious metals, such as, copper, silver and gold due to their high conductivity and non-corrosive properties.

1 ton of mined land would produce about 5 grams of gold, whereas 1 ton of electronics can contain about 350 grams of gold.

Current Solution

Current solution to harnessing these precious metals from e-waste is by sending them overseas to poorer countries with fewer environmental regulations. These countries use very toxic and dreadful processes- letting a whole landfill of e-waste burn and later collecting them- which process poisonous and life-threatening byproducts, polluting the air, and even the water streams nearby the area.

Our Mission


Improve the environment by promoting waste recycling activities in the country


Conduct research and experiments regarding solid waste management, recycling, clinical and hazardous waste management, waste water treatment, as well as organic farming.


Develop community--private sector--municipal partnerships towards the improvement of the urban environment


Create job opportunities by promoting the recycling of waste.

E-Waste Collection

We help you protect the environment by keeping waste materials out of landfills and keeping our earth green.

E-Waste Management

Array Consortium has taken a bold & generation demanding decision to collect E-Waste from every corner of Bangladesh.


Recycle is simply the process of making of new products from products that has been used and disposed as waste.

Service Benefits

  • Maximises the value of excess & obsolete assets whilst minimising costs & liabilities
  • Reduces Opex by eliminating warehousing costs of obsolete inventory
  • Minimises obsolescence costs by converting legacy assets into raw material, or cash

Array Consortium is active in the following fields

  • Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery
  • Clinical and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Waste Water Treatment
  • Community Based Environmental Improvement
  • Urban Environmental Management
  • Municipal Services Planning
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Management System (ISO 14001)
  • Climate Change & Clean Development Mechanism
  • Organic Farming
  • Laboratory Testing Facility