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What Happens to Your Old IT Kit?

We can help you recycle and comply with the EU WEEE Directive

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Decommissioning and Recycling

With the IT landscape ever changing, managing your IT infrastructure often includes both making existing equipment redundant or the addition of new equipment to continually improve your systems.

In January 2014 the EU WEEE compliance scheme became law, meaning disposal of IT and telecoms equipment in the correct manner should be on your priority list.

Our expert team deliver a tailored service to your exact needs, whilst ensuring security is the ultimate priority. 

We can provide a complete audit trail throughout the process, including full end-of-life audit reports and certificates of destruction to ensure you can track the journey of your old equipment, to a zero-landfill end of life.

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Through our partnership with N2S, we can recycle redundant equipment to government and security standards - and in accordance with EU WEEE regulations.

Recycling your IT equipment is a great way to boost your green credentials, as 0% goes to landfill and we reuse and resell products where possible.

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IT Sales

If your stock is no longer fit for purpose but is still in good condition, we can securely erase your devices to ensure they are in line with data protection legislation. We will then resell them on your behalf through a list of service-accredited partners. We are fully transparent in our process, working with you to ensure you are aware of the devices resale value, any incurred costs such as data erasure and the subsequent resale value.

Data Destruction

As part of the recycling or re-sale of items, our data team are experts in safely and ethically erasing your sensitive data. Trust our team to free up space on your systems, help you gain regulatory compliance or prepare your devices for resale. Our Data Destruction team are qualified to destroy data to Government secret level.

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GDPR whitepaper

GDPR White Paper for IT

We have produced this white paper to assess the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation, primarily from an IT perspective - examining the role that IT can, will and has to play in the implementation of the new requirements.

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