Considering fast-spread landfills as a result of increasing e-waste all across the globe, Computer Data Shred Ltd has become more functional in providing industry-standard IT recycling services in the North West.
Intending to extend its IT disposal services all across the UK, our company provides an e-waste management facility in the North West too.
No matter which city of the UK we are operating in, our IT recycling services maintain standard dos and don’ts such as — eco-friendly shredding and recycling with a zero compromise on customer’s data security.
Why Choose IT disposal North West?
- Nationwide secure laptop disposal North West.
- Free collection all around the UK.
- We deal with both—the hazardous and non-hazardous e-waste
- Industry-standard solution for individual customers and businesses.
- Onsite and offsite shredding.
- Portable CPNI approved shredders.
- Strict compliance with WEEE directive
- GDPR compliant data shredding.
- Strong logistics with satellite-tracked vehicles
- A systematic and detailed record of every piece of equipment received at the workstation.
- Legalised procedures throughout.
E-waste is spreading at a fast pace all across the globe and the UK has been the second biggest contributor to the WEEE in the world. Taking the situation in view, the country’s government, environmental agency, and other related regulatory bodies have taken some steps towards reversing the situation.
The country has been putting in all efforts to cut down the ever-increasing e-waste, which was the reason behind the idea of a “Circular Economy”. This model aims to eliminate waste and pollution while keeping the materials and products in a circular use.
It also replaces the “end-of-life” concept with “restoration,” so instead of discarding the products completely, recycling and reuse should be encouraged.
Moreover, it also believes in increasing the use of reusable and renewable energy. While designing out the usage of hazardous materials and chemicals.
Zero Waste North West
Zero Waste North West has played a blatant role in creating awareness and practical implementation of the “Circular Economy”. It has run different campaigns in the North West region in a bid to promote the zero-waste policy.
To achieve the targeted goals for minimising e-waste within the North West, and in its surrounding areas, the UK government has taken some more practical steps which are given as follows;
- The manufacturers are instructed to use durable, recyclable, and non-hazardous materials.
- Producers must provide instructions regarding the reuse of the IT items they manufacture.
- Prolong the use of products.
- Cut down the increasing purchase of new electronic products.
- Lawful disposal of the e-waste, etc.