IT Recycling Service


Our Process

Book your Collection

We offer a free collection service to all clients, our driver will collect all your waste equipment and take a report of items collected and issue you with a waste transfer note.

Collection and Data Sanitisation

Once the items are back at our depot we will generate a asset tag for every data bearing asset and a full report of other none data bearing assets removed. Our primary aim is to reuse the equipment we collect so we offer a 3 Pass data erasure method as standard.

Resale and Profit Share

Once the items have been processed we get them ready for resale by refurbishing and upgrading as required to maximize to potential resale value. When your items have sold you will be issued a sales report and a percentage of the profit gained.



Reclamation to Reduce Costs or Gain New Equipment

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2007 came in to force in January 2007, the aim being to reduce the amount of electronic and electrical equipment becoming waste and to improve the performance environmentally of all involved in the lifecycle of this type of equipment by increasing recycling and recovery. The Regulations require that producers of electrical and electronic waste be responsible for financing the costs of collection and treatment of the waste in an amount proportionate to the amount by weight placed on the market.  

What hardware can we reclaim?

We accept a wide range of hardware, including Desktops, Laptops, Servers, Tablets, Mobile Phones, Printers, Monitors (excluding CRT) and other accessories.


Book a Collection

Our Approach

We take a different approach to reclamation. Instead of simply giving your hardware to a vendor to dispose of or even pay for disposal, we make it work for you. We will refurbish your equipment to sell then split the profit with you. You will earn credit against new hardware or you can choose to use those credits to help a charity or community group gain new equipment they would otherwise be unable to afford.

Data Sanitisation

All hard drives will be securely data erased using the British HMG Infosec Standard 5 Enhanced (3 pass, verified) sanitisation method. Advances in data recovery have been made such that in many cases data can be reclaimed from hard drives that have been wiped and disassembled. Security agencies use advanced applications to find cybercrime-related evidence. There also are established industrial spy agencies adopting sophisticated channel coding techniques such as Partial Response Maximum Likelihood (PRML), a technique used to reconstruct the data on magnetic disks. Other methods include the use of magnetic force microscopy and recovery of data based on patterns in erase bands. Although there are very sophisticated data recovery systems available at a high price, data can easily be restored with the help of an off-the-shelf data recovery utility, making your erased confidential data quite accessible. Using our powerful utility, all data on your hard drive or removable USB / floppy drive can be destroyed without the possibility of future recovery. After using our system, disposal, recycling, selling or donating your storage device can be done with peace of mind.

Live Customer Portal

We provide our clients with details of our online portal, which allows access to all documents relating to their collections and reclamation. Clients can also view status reports and live credit totals on their account Once all of your equipment has been processed, you will be given a full report detailing the hardware reference and specification.

Our Clients

Unlike many companies our service is tailored towards large public sector organisations, large companies, call centres and national clients with a large amount of hardware to dispose of. By working with a large volume of systems be believe we can bring the best value and returns to our clients.

For some, going Green has already gone red. Green initiatives, such as lowering energy consumption and recycling, have taken on a new sense of urgency in response to legislation, eco-conscious customers and investors, and/or ever-rising energy costs. While regulatory compliance will undoubtedly become more complicated on an international scale, greening the IT department is becoming steadily simpler.

Indeed, the green movement has overgrown the IT industry to such a degree that a corporation can, in fact, become significantly greener without making a specific effort to do so. This is good news for corporate leaders who face ever-tightening regulatory requirements while also grappling with still-too-tight budget constraints.

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