Green computing and innovation allude to the environmentally friendly use of PCs and certain other devices. Green computing requires the use of sustainable practices of devices such as CPUs, peripherals, and servers. Green innovation also plans to reduce resource consumption and enhance the disposal of electronic waste (e-waste). A two-phase model is proposed that deals with the e-waste effectively. The end goal is to use technology on both the hardware and software side to minimize pollution, increase energy efficiency, and also encourage material recycling. The usage and benefits of Eco-ATMs are explored in this paper. With regards to green computing, implementing it is getting simpler to a great extent because of the software and hardware solutions that permit one to adopt green standards. They likewise apply to all classes of systems. These green practices could revolutionize the industrial processes and operations which could be achieved efficiently by the following practices. First, by utilizing the energy resources that are in use to the maximum extent. Second, by disposing of the e-waste that is generated from the industrial processes and operations. This paper explores finding efficient practices in the management of energy resources and e-waste. The proposed approach efficiently manages energy resources and e-waste in industries by employing green computing approaches.