Wakefield is situated just below Leeds and Leeds is Revive IT Recycling Ltd’s head office location. Due to this Revive IT can provide the free computer recycling Wakefield service quickly at demand. Speedy computer recycling doesn’t come at a cost when you come to Revive IT.
Every part of Wakefield is eligible for this service – Wakefield city centre, Thornes, Agbrigg, Sandal, Crofton, New Sharlston, Normanton, Stanley, Outwood, Newton Hill, Wrenthorpe, Kirkhamgate, Ossett, Hornbury, Durkar, Crigglestone, Newmillerdam, Hall green etc.
Our vehicles are all fitted with tracking systems that let us keep an eye on each collection as it happens. We have 1 staff member updating customers of the current situation of their disposal. If your collection is delayed for whatever reason and needs to be re-organised, that isn’t a problem.
Free computer recycling within Wakefield is what Revive IT are experts at. We have a newly refurbished site in Leeds where endless amounts of computers are processed each week. Generally any computer that is Pentium 3 or older is physically dismantled to be recycled as materials as working, it no longer has any value. Pentium 3 is now over 12 years old and is no use to anyone in the current technology situation. Any computer that is that is Pentium 4 or newer and collected by our free computer recycling service is sent for re-use depending on its condition. Many get refurbed and then sold on at an affordable price to the public to generate some revenue. All CRT monitors collected are broken down at a partner ATF site for material recovery as they are so old. Even the old LCD monitors are becoming valueless now due to continual IT equipment changeover. Some of the newer printers and fax machines if working can be re-used and kept in action for a bit longer. Other than that the remaining IT equipment is mainly decommissioned and split into various components for either re-use or safe disposal.