We offer the highest possible standard of eWaste recycling.
Our basic service offering is the collection of electronic waste from any site or designated drop off point. Transport to our site where we weigh, track and process the waste. This is the first step in our recycling process.
Compliant Final Destruction of eWaste.
Our core business is the processing of electronic waste. Following the highest international standards all of our waste is recycled for further use in the ecosystem of technology. We provide services to a wide range of clients including individuals, business, and government institutions, and can develop the appropriate solutions for the needs of any client.
Along with collection we provide full IT asset disposal services including reporting, decommissioning, certification and employee buy back schemes. We can assist our clients in any level of IT asset disposal guaranteeing a secure chain of custody fully compliant and certified disposal.
Certified Data Destruction.
In addition to our ITAD services we offer several different levels of data destruction certification, both on our own site or on the client’s, depending on the needs the specific needs of the client. To ensure that your data is disposed of as safely and compliantly as your e-waste.
What is eWaste?
Electronic Waste or eWaste is any electronic or electrical equipment that has reached the end of its useful life. This could be because it is broken, obsolete or simply no longer useful for your needs. This means it is ready for reuse or recycling.
What are the dangers of eWaste?
eWaste poses two main dangers. Firstly many electronic waste components contain elements that can be harmful to us and the environment. Secondly many pieces of equipment, before they become e-waste, have sensitive data about us on them. From where we live to our finances to legal documents and this information can be recovered and used to defraud or harm us.
What we do with eWaste?
All eWaste that we collect is tracked from the moment we receive it. It is weighed sorted and processed in order to reduce it to its most simple components so it can renter the technological ecosystem.