We are specialists in IT recycling and we’re proud that our capabilities enable us to send less than 1% of IT disposal to landfill – we recycle over 99% of unwanted computer equipment.

Food for thought

Providing 100% Accuracy + 100% Accountability

Many people feel that there are not many things to think about when considering computer and laptop disposal.

However, there is a lot more involved than simply throwing them in the skip or offering them for sale to the highest bidder.

Rises in landfill tax, twinned with the decrease in new IT equipment product prices, have made it even more important to carefully and properly go through the computer and laptop disposal procedures to ensure that you don’t end up breaking the law and harming the environment (and your pocket) all at the same time. Plus, there are security risks if your data is compromised.

You can have confidence working with us as your trusted recycling partner, because we understand the importance of disposal to the lifecycle of an asset.

Our Accreditations

Food for thought

The WEEE Directive

It is now a requirement under The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) to reuse, where possible, any waste computer or electrical equipment in order to increase the popularity of computer recycling which in turn will reduce the amounts of electrical goods going to landfill.

We are experts in this field and will make repairs where possible to faulty equipment in order to reduce the amount of waste from each computer.

IT asset disposal

 We dispose of obsolete or unwanted equipment in a safe and ecologically responsible manner. We offer IT asset disposal services that are efficient, effective, and transparent.

We will collect your IT equipment from your organisation for FREE*

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Our IT recycling journey

1. Collections
We will collect your IT equipment from your organisation for FREE*
2. Data destruction
Data wiping, stripping and shredding to ensure your data has gone.
3. HD destruction
Crushing of hard drives on of off site to destroy data completely.
4. Re-use/refurbish
Re-using and refurbishing of IT parts where possible.
5. Recycle/disposal
Recycling and disposing of IT equipment in an ecologically friendly way.