Norwich computer recycling is offered to all businesses, schools, and public sector organisations in the Norwich area. Why not get in touch to discuss your disposal circumstances.
If you own a data centre in the Norwich and are looking for a solution to dissolve all your old servers and networking hardware, we have many options for you. Revive IT Recycling Ltd can provide 7500KG Wagons which are fitted with a tail lift. This makes it especially easy when loading heavy comms / network cabinets and also saves removing the servers prior. We can provide onsite scanning where all your computer equipment is asset tag labelled and scanned so you can track its process through our recycling process. We can also crush all your data baring hard drives onsite and then provide a destruction of data certificate which will signify what volume have been securely disposed of onsite or offsite and then it will have a list of hard drive barcode numbers.
Computer recycling Norwich is aimed at – Norwich city centre, Norfolk, Heigham Grove, The The close, Paper Mill yard, Earlham, Mt Pleasant, Old Lakenham, Trouse Newton, Catton, Norwich airport, Beeston, Drayton, Bowthorpe, Colney, East Carleton etc.
The WEEE regulations no longer allow companies, businesses and authorities to sent electrical waste to landfill. It has to be sent to authorised treatment facilities, which initially alarmed people because they thought it would come at extra cost but since Revive IT Recycling Ltd initiated free computer recycling within Norwich, there isn’t a single cost to bare. This makes the invoicing / accounting minimal. Only some onsite destruction services and small quantity collections do Revive IT charge for which are very infrequent. For example if your company is based in Norwich and you have fewer than 10 computer sized items, due to Revive IT’s head office being based in Leeds, it doesn’t make such a tiny collection viable doing so we have to charge a one off collection fee of £50. Your data will be securely destroyed offsite as standard though.