Nottingham! Revive IT Recycling Ltd is here to provide free of charge IT Recycling within the Nottingham are. Any organisations producing mass amounts of general WEEE, IT Equipment, PC Equipment, IT Electricals can use Revive IT for their IT disposals. Our vans are owned and operated by ourselves and we regularly attend collections in the Nottingham area. If you would like someone to stop by and review your circumstances in these areas just let us know – Nottingham city centre, M1 Motorway, Lenton, Beechdale, Bilborough, Bulwell, Rise Park, Bestwood, Mapperley, Arnold, Bakers Field, West Bridgford, Trent Bridge, Gamston, Holme Pierrepont, Carlton, Clifton, Attenborough, Bramcote, Chilwell, Beeston.
The IT Disposal service accepts all kinds of WEEE as long as it is in some kind of way related to the IT world – PCs , UPSs, Batteries, Servers, Arrays, Networking items, Phones, Mobiles, Laptops, Screens etc. Getting a collection booked is easy, simply fill in a contact us form on our website or give us a call. You’ll need to let the customer service agent know what you need collecting and what you need data destroying. If you have any very heavy items such as server cabinets, photocopiers etc – please advise if additional staff are required. Usually there is only 1 staff member at each collection. Each collection isn’t limited by time – when you advise on the phone a rough idea of what needs collecting, we’ll make sure enough time is allocated to ensure the collection can be completed. You don’t have to help the driver load the vehicle. All drivers are trained in manual lifting and general health and safety procedures so they know what to do.
How much experience have Revive IT had at IT Recycling within Nottingham – Well we have been doing collections in the region for many years now. Many customers use us repeatedly. If any customers are disappointed with the service in any way, feedback can be stated on the returned feedback form issued along with the data destruction certificate. Any questions regarding IT Recycling, please ask.