Recycle and Reuse Programme
Giving your old tech a little R&R before we find it a new home
We’re on a mission to transform the way people think of recycling.
Forget about the green bins. The next stop for your unused tech should land in the hands of another person, not landfills. This is all part of building a circular economy for technology.
The Circular Economy
40 million devices are sitting in drawers across the UK. The longer a device sits in your drawer, the more it depreciates and longer it takes to find a home that would cherish it.
By trading in your device, you benefit. Your community benefits. Our world benefits.
How you can get involved in our Recycle and Reuse Programme
Step 1: Reach out to us
If you have tech hanging about, then there’s a way you can put money in your pocket and feel good about it.
Step 2: We'll collect your tech
We are currently running our recycling programme in the London area. We will collect your tech from you and bring it to our technicians for a diagnostic check.
Step 3: We run a comprehensive check
Our expert technicians will look at the nuts and bolts of your device before preparing a report, called a 50 point check. This report will indicate how much your tech is worth.
Step 4: The decision is yours
Think about our offer and determine whether it’s a deal or no deal.
Step 5: You get paid and we refurbish
If you accept our offer, you’ll receive payment 30 days later. We then move on to fully refurbishing the device, getting it ready for its next owner.
Are you interested in recycling your business laptops but worried about protecting your corporate data?
Don't worry we will wipe your devices using Blancco Drive Eraser.
We can produce a comprehensive, digitally-signed Certificate of Erasure after every erasure. Helping organizations comply with such regulations as ISO 27001, FISMA, HIPAA, SOX, GDPR, GLBA, PCI DSS and more.
Electronic waste is impacting our world. And the numbers are undeniable.
Join the movement
To help build a more sustainable future, we must address our e-waste problem. Over 48 million tonnes of e-waste is created every year.
Our recycling programme is a step in the right direction, but we must all join together as a global community to truly make an impact.