As individuals, we all try to minimise the impact that our daily activities have on our blue planet and while this is a positive step in the right direction, we also need to look at our commercial practices. Thanks to technological development, we are able to mass produce a whole range of IT devices to keep up with the neverending upgrade cycle that modern computing involves. What was the cutting edge 3 years ago, is now obsolete and what does one do with all those redundant monitors and CPU cases?
Recycling IT Hardware
In a perfect world, there would be a company who would come and remove all unwanted IT and electronic hardware, and what’s more, they would recycle what they could to recondition hardware so that it can be reused. We at Resolve IT Recycling, offer exactly this service and it is totally free to our customers. Not only are you removing unwanted IT hardware, it isn’t costing you anything and the icing on the cake is that many of the items will be refurbished and sold at a reduced price to schools, colleges and small businesses. We are Microsoft Approved Refurbishers and all our IT recycling staff are highly trained and are able to put most components to good use, which benefits many organisations that otherwise, would not be able to afford such hardware. Electronics recycling is now a growing industry and with no cost to you, it offers an eco-friendly way to have all your redundant IT hardware recycled.
What Do We Recycle?
The list of IT and electronic devices that we recycle is indeed long, and includes the following:
- Digital and Analogue Monitors
- CPU Desktop Cases
- Laptops and Notebooks of all Condition
- Printers, Mice and Keyboards
- Fax Machines
Whatever the industry, every company reaches a point where they must upgrade their IT hardware – mainly because the outdated hardware cannot support the new generation of software, which requires a high speed platform that an old computer simply cannot provide. If you wish to adopt an eco-friendly approach to your business, you should ensure that all your redundant IT hardware is recycled and reused.
It isn’t only the hardware we must consider when disposing of IT equipment, as all your critical business data is in danger of being discovered by the wrong people and at Resolve IT Recycling, we are accredited and approved to securely destroy electronic data. If, for example, you wanted to remove your customer database from a redundant computer, simply deleting it does not actually remove the data, which can easily be accessed by someone in the know.
We have been developing our secure data wiping processes for almost a decade and we like to think we know our stuff. We can securely wipe data from any type of media, including hard drives, memory sticks, SD cards and smartphones, to name but a few.
Because we know some of our customers require the very highest level of security we offer an on-site hard drive shredding service.
If you would like to take advantage of our free recycling services, give us a call on 01278 588 410 or leave a message and we’d be happy to help.