IT-Green® provides an experienced computer recycling service for the county of Kent that addresses key social and ethical issues faced by Business including:
Media exposure and stricter government control of Business waste means that the disposal of redundant computer hardware has become a hindrance to many IT managers. IT-Green® offers a solution to your Computer hardware disposal problem by providing a Professional service encompassing the following:
Our service provides a highly secure data destruction solution designed around a collection, treatment and reporting procedure developed in conjunction with BS 15713 (2009). The Service maintains a zero incident rate and includes:
The service includes full certification at the end of the destruction process, detailing all media received and the methods employed in it's destruction.
IT-Green® offers a specialist service for the disposal of any IT equipment. The service allows for the handling of hazardous computer waste, including CRT monitors and TFT screens, laptops and Uninterruptible power supplies. Collection, transportation and treatment are carried out by personnel trained in requisite professions. We are able to provide you with asset disposal/ recycling services which enable compliance with relevant regulations and assistance with your Corporate Social Responsibility by ensuring:
We offer a waste management service for obsolete I.T equipment with full licensing for the complete treatment of your computers including shredding, shearing and granulating. Our service includes:
IT-Green®'s computer disposal service operates with ethical values at the core of it's business operations, maintaining a stance against landfill and export so that Kent businesses meet with:
We re-deploy raw materials, extracted from your obsolete IT through UK remanufacturing plants and have developed a system that allows for best recovery practices for consumables that benefits the UK economy. Our service regularly compiles and issues reports, documenting outputs. We provide clients with Asset reports, detailing the volumes of raw materials produced from their wastes.