IT equipment can be collected in an IT crate or roll cage and is taken to our IT processing centre, where it is thoroughly tested and working items are wiped and reused. Equipment that no longer works is disassembled and the various components are recycled. For any items that are destroyed or wiped you will receive a certificate of destruction for your peace of mind. We can arrange ad hoc collections for clearances or collect alongside your normal recycling.
Our secure IT crates are ideal for clearing old IT and electrical equipment out your cupboards. The crate will hold the equivalent of 10 lap tops, and once full can be collected along with your other recycling from inside your workplace.
We can collect loose items of IT and electronic equipment along with your other recycling or as a one-off clearance, depending on the quantities you have to dispose of. We will ask you for an inventory of items and provide you with a quote, mice, keyboards and cables are collected for FREE.
For larger quantities of IT and electrical equipment we can provide you with a roll cage to fill. We will drop the cage off and collect it along with your other recycling at a time that suits you.
Batteries are taken to Hampshire where they are recycled. The method used differs depending on the material inside the battery, but, with each method, the battery's core materials are recovered and reused. Paper Round can collect all kinds of batteries including dry-cell rechargeable and non-rechargeable. The easiest way of recycling your batteries is to use one of Paper Round’s specialist battery boxes. These are available to all customers and once filled will be taken away free with your regular recycling collection.
Paper Round members are provided with battery boxes which are emptied for free. We can provide all customers with an attractive battery box to store batteries between collections. These are then emptied when we come to collect your other recycling.
For clients that produce larger volumes of batteries we can supply perspex tubes for storing batteries. Once full, these are emptied when we come to collect your other recycling.
Toners can be collected free alongside your recycling service. They are taken to Bristol to be remanufactured. Cartridges are disassembled and the components are either reused in new toners or recycled, depending on their condition. Disassembling the cartridges means that each part can be carefully inspected, ensuring it is in peak condition, before being reused. To recycle your toner cartridges simply put the old cartridge in the new ones packaging and they will be collected with your regular recycling collection.
Paper Round can collect indivdual toners for recycling along with your other recycling. We just ask you to put the used toner into the packaging of the new one.
We can also collect toners in the orange sacks we supply for recycling cans and plastics. For those workplaces that produce a lot of toners for recycling, this can provide a tidier way of storing the toners between collections.
CD’s are taken to Cheshire where any labels are separated, pulped and baled, ready to be used in other paper products. Cases are granulated and used in the making of other plastic products. Disks are wiped of any paint, aluminium or data before being broken down into a high quality injection moulding grade polycarbonate for use in other applications. With our specially designed CD towers you can recycle your CD’s simply and we collect alongside your regular recycling.
Paper Round members are provided with CD boxes which are emptied for free. We can provide all customers with an attractive box to store CDs between collections, these are then emptied when we come to collect your other recycling.