• Welcome to Circular Resources

    Newly Patented Technology Addresses some of the most demanding issues facing the Global Economy Using the Principles of Sustainability and the Circular Economy.

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  • Data Destruction

    The projected global spending on data security was $219 billion in 2023; it indicated a 12.1% increase from 2022…

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  • Precious Metal Recovery

    The size of the global precious metals e-waste recovery market was over $9,434.5 million in 2021 and is projected to reach $18, 645.2 million by 2030

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  • Persistent Organic Pollutants

    We eliminate unintentionally produced POPs where feasible, and manage and dispose of POPs wastes in an environmentally sound manner.

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  • Welcome to Circular Resources

    The technology produces syngas which is a combustible gas that can be used for the production of power in many types of equipment

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About us

Circular Resources is a clean-tech company that owns a patented technology, that provides


100% guaranteed data destruction for end-of-life electronics exceeding the US National Institute of Standards and Technology(NIST) and EU General Data Protection Regulation standards (GDPR)


Eliminates the toxic pollutants that are inherent in electronic materials which are harmful to human health and the environment


Enables precious metals to be recycled into new products in a cost effective way


Captures any latent heat and converts to energy

This patented technology offers a cost-effective sustainable solution, feeding resources from electronics back into the economy while also solving data security, and regulatory and environmental challenges.

Circular Resources provides license rights to buy and operate on a country by country basis.


Data Destruction

The technology simultaneously pulverises electronics converting any combustible materials into gas. Data stored on memory chips, tapes, hard disks, and other forms of electronic media is completely obliterated so that nothing can ever be accessed for unauthorized purposes.

A data breach is a security violation, in which sensitive, protected or confidential data is copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen, altered or used by an individual unauthorized to do so.

Worldwide spending on data security has been increasing since 2017.

$219 bn

The projected global spending on data security was $219 billion in 2023; it indicated a 12.1% increase from 2022.


Around 69% of firms in the US faced a data breach last year


Organized crime groups are liable for 55% of data breaches


Precious Metals

We make it easier, cheaper and safer to recover valuable metals from electronics.

There is a lot of unexploited value in metals that are used in electronics. E-waste contains several base and precious metals such as gold, silver, copper, nickel, palladium and rare earths

The technology produces a unique concentrate from the metals used in manufacturing the electronics. The concentrate can be refined using chemical refining methods to recover the precious metals


Every year, more than $80 billion worth of valuable metals are discarded in consumer and industrial waste streams.

34kg of Gold

For every million cell phones recycled, we could recover over 16,000 kg of copper, 350 kg of silver, 34 kg of gold, and 15 kg of palladium.

3,500 homes

For every million laptops recycled, we could save energy equivalent to the electricity consumed by more than 3,500 homes in a year.


Currently, only 15% of gold, 15% of silver, and 5% of platinum found in e-waste is recycled. If this reached 100%, it would generate an additional USD$12 billion at current market prices.


Persistent Organic Pollutants

Materials containing POPs which are often referred to as “forever chemicals” are very hazardous – when broken down they are highly toxic to humans and the environment.

The Stockholm Convention is a global treaty, ratified by 152 countries, that aims to protect human health and the environment from the effects of persistent organic pollutants (POPs). The Convention entered into force on May 17, 2004.

The technology process breaks down the POPs and meets emissions guidelines across all major regulatory regimes. Regulatory guidelines provide that only by using controlled heat and residency can POPs in electronics and other materials be destroyed or broken down in a way that renders them harmless


Energy Capture

The technology produces syngas from the plastics and resins in the electronics during the POPs destruction phase which is a combustible gas that can be used for the production of power. The system can be integrated with other energy conversion equipment, acting as the nucleus for different plant configurations.

Plastics have a high calorific value of 30-40(Mj/kg).