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Electronic equipment and the environment

  • Improper electronic processing can have detrimental impacts on our environment, affecting sea, land, air and wildlife

What happens to your electrical equipment?

  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 1

    Redundant IT and electrical equipment is generated at your workplace

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  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 2

    Our specialist truck collects your equipment in a tracked vehicle operated by staff vetted to BS 7858

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  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 3

    Your equipment is taken back to our specialist unit where it is assigned a unique asset number and assessed for reuse. Broken equipment is disassembled into its constituent parts

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  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 4

    All equipment containing data is wiped with Blancco data wiping software, to ensure your data is protected

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  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 5

    We provide you with a report detailing all equipment disposed of and data-wiped, for your complete peace-of-mind

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  • What happens to your electrical equipment? step 6

    Working items are sent for reuse and the precious metals from disassembled pieces are used to manufacture new equipment

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How do we collaborate with you?

We've perfected our approach to working with our clients over the last 30 years to maximise their recycling rates

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