Electrical Waste

About 20 to 50 million tons of electronic waste is produced worldwide each year, and most of it is incinerated or dumped into landfills. Pressure to reduce pollution, conserve raw materials and save energy has increased exponentially over the past 10 years . Electronic Circuitry contains containments that can have detrimental affects on the environment and in third world countries most of this is just burnt which gives off toxic gas.

We like to make sure all worthless devices are stripped, prepped and crushed ready to begin life as a new device. Circuit board can be turned into home insulation, plastics can be remoulded into new telephones  and some component parts will be crushed and processed for chemical recovery. Some devices have residual value, and we will tell you if this is the case, where data can be wiped from the device and it could be resold at some time in the future.

Systems Recycling are fully committed to delivering a professional standard of service. We are WEEE Compliant and T11 registered which means you can be confident everything we process is handled correctly as per the Environment Agency guidelines.

We recycle all kinds of equipment including Windows XP Computers, PBX Systems, Desk-phones and Servers. Everything is processed in accordance with European regulations and nothing goes to landfill. We handle your Data with care,  destroying physical hard drives by pulverisation and by using Blancco certified, industry standard erasure software.

Technology recycling is great way to ensure you are ready for the next generation of Information Technology quickly. It doesn’t matter if you are replacing a few tens of old telephones or removing an entire iSLX Phone system, we can help make way for your next project. Similarly, as more people work from a portable laptop device, let us help to dispose of that old desktop computers, cables, modems, CRT’s, Plasma Screens and Peripherals.


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