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Service: E-Waste Solutions

Good for the environment and good for your bottom line.

Disposing of e-waste in land fill is no longer an acceptable practice. It could also be dumped off-shore, compounding the environmental impact.

 

The use of e-waste bins is risky, as your data could be easily accessed.

 

The systems we use allow the extraction of the valuable materials from your e-waste, destroy your data completely and – very importantly – minimise damage to the environment.

  • Audit existing obsolete equipment and provide a detailed list for review and provide a disposal plan.
  • Disk serial numbers are recorded and then the disks are shredded for maximum data security.
  • Precious metals (especially gold, silver and copper) are extracted from all circuit boards, connectors and cables.
  • Heavy metals and glass are separated and do not enter landfill. This includes special processes for batteries.
  • Structural metals are dismantled, separated into type and put through the recycle process.

Benefits

  • Save Money: Sending e-waste to landfill is expensive and environmentally irresponsible.
  • Reclaim Space: With so much waste generated, dealing with your e-waste can recover considerable extra space. 
  • Secure Destruction of Data: If your data falls into the wrong hands, this could have a serious impact on your business.
  • Avoid Possible Fines: Improperly disposing of your e-waste can result in hefty fines and undesirable public relations.
  • Certificate of Destruction: Ensure your e-waste disposal is fully documented and auditable.
Recycle eWaste

Examples

  • Melbourne: 793 IP telephones.
  • Sydney: 890 IT devices including smartphones, laptops, desktops, switches and routers.

ZERO WASTE TO LANDFILL

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