ICT Recycling York

We provide a Commercial ICT Recycling Service within York

ICT Recycling in York has recently become popular since Revive IT Recycling has started advertising the ICT Recycling (York) service on the internet. It seems many people have been searching for a free computer equipment ICT Recycling service in York for quite a while but no company has offered it in York city centre, A64 Road, Osbaldwick, Heslington, Fulford, Dringhouses, Askham, Acomb, Holgate, Micklegate, Booth, Heworth, Clifton, Wiggington, Clifton Moor, Hunington, Earswick, Stockton on the forest etc. The ICT Recycling service includes data destruction which again is free of charge. This part of the service involves us removing your hard drive disks, HDDs, 2.5” Drives and anything else data holding from your IT Equipment. It can then either be destroyed at your site or at ours at no cost.

If you are an ICT Support company in the York region, you and your clients could benefit from Revive ITs many services. Instead of you going to collect the IT waste from your customers sites, Revive IT can undertake the ICT Recycling service direct with your customer which avoids any hassle coming your way. If you need a list of all assets taken for disposal during the process, please request this at the time of the collection and one can be written up for you. An asset report can be written by hand, put on a spreadsheet or in PDF format, which ever you request at the time of your ICT Recycling collection.

Is there any ICT waste that can’t be taken then – not really, we will accept all IT assets you need to dispose of, whatever the size. If you have any rack mount cabinets, laptop charger cabinets or photocopiers please advise Revive IT of this when booking your ICT Recycling York collection as our trained staff will need to come prepared with a tail lift vehicle for example. Wet ICT equipment is something else that needs to be mentioned at the time of the collection. We can take wet equipment but it is an inconvenience, it is dangerous and it needs to be handled correctly.

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