Saatvik joins PV Cycle initiative for solar waste recycling


Gujarat-based Saatvik has entered into an agreement with Belgium-based solar panel recycling body PV Cycle to collect and treat damaged Saatvik solar PV modules throughout the world. 

Saatvik’s product portfolio includes mono PERC, bifacial, and polycrystalline solar PV modules now certified by the PV Cycle to reduce waste and safeguard the environment.  

PV Cycle issues PV Cycle certification for manufacturers becoming part of its recycling scheme that offers collective and tailor-made waste management and legal compliance services for companies and waste holders worldwide. The organization promotes and supports the global development of sustainable PV waste management and issues the PV Cycle membership to manufacturers. 

PV Cycle operates worldwide for collecting, shipping, recycling, and treating PV panels and other waste flows, providing members and waste holders with the best available techniques without high costs.

“Getting certified by PV Cycle will contribute to a sustainable PV waste management system. Saatvik has always worked on innovative ideas using the most advanced technologies to avoid maximum wastage. Dumping modules in waste harms the environment and requires huge dumping space. With PV Cycle membership, this concern can be now well managed,” said Prashant Mathur, CEO of Saatvik. 

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