Since 2005. Providing a secure service for clients throughout the UK.
Destroying Media for Clients. Ensuring clients don't breach Data Protection laws.
Managing Hazardous Wastes. Advising and mitigating the risks of Fugitive Emissions and cross contamination.
Founded in 2005, IT-Green® provides a service covering Computer recycling, WEEE recycling, Media Destruction and Hazardous waste Management. Operating throughout the UK, we provide a complete solution that includes physical processing of(1) both hazardous(2) and non-hazardous (controlled) office and industrial hardware in-house.
Recycling Computers & WEEE
IT-Green® operates under its own permit, applying the waste hierarchy (re-use & physical recycling) to everything it recycles. We accept all computer equipment, no matter its age or condition. An itemised list of many of the items we accept can be found by following this link.
We provide a secure destruction service and every year, destroy thousands of hard disks, tapes and cd roms on behalf of clients. Operating in accordance with the UK's CPNI Guidelines we have never had a data breach and employ a rigorous chain of custody from point of collection to receipt for treatment, data removal and final disposal (Learn More).
Our Computer Disposal service has developed a long term relationship with many clients, some of whom are shown below. Many of our clients have retained our service for in excess of 5 years, returning to us whenever needed.
Our service includes a number of key attributes that make us stand out:
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1. Physical Processing implies the disassembly, segregation and recovery of raw materials so as to permit re-use within manufacturing industries.
2. Hazardous IT Products, Extend beyond the scope of Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 894 in that they encompass the European Waste Catalogue. Hazardous relates to the presence of materials within a given item that may be detrimental to health or the Environment (CRT monitors, TFT screens, Laptops, Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Flatbed Scanners) and should be afforded additional care in their treatment over and above the requirements of Controlled Wastes .
3. Waste Management Licensed facility: now referred to as an Authorised Treatment Facility or permitted facility relates to the issuing of a license under the Environmental Permitting Regulations (England and Wales) 2010, which replaced the the Pollution Prevention and Control (PPC) and Waste Management Licensing (WML) regulations. Environmental Permit in this instance relates to an SR2008No23 Permit: WEEE authorised treatment facility (ATF) excluding ozone depleting substances.