All staff are vetted in accordance with BS7858, with full Criminal Record Background (CRB) checks, vehicles have tracking devices so we know where your assets are at all times during transport, CCTV covers the grounds of our facilities where you equipment will be processed, all data gets destroyed to IS5 standard, and all equipment processing takes place within a secure password entry only area.
Using our mobile shredder, hard drives, tapes and other media can be destroyed down to 6mm shred size without leaving your premises. This service includes an inventory of hard drive serial numbers.
For re-use, hard drives are wiped using CESG approved Software.
Clients assets are traced from the moment we collect them to the point of re-use or disposal at an accredited facility, and this information is supplied to you in a comprehensive asset report along with Certificates of Data Destruction.
Competitive revenue is paid for re-marketable I.T equipment too because we are a proud partner of the Digital Inclusion Initiative Get Online @ Home, providing affordable, internet ready computers throughout the UK. It is therefore within our interest to re-use as much I.T as possible before recycling, to help the millions of people and charities in the UK that are yet to get online.
Computer Recyclers UK will endeavour to provide a Free of Charge service, clients are requested to have a minimum of 25 qualifying items for collection. Smaller collections than this may incur a charge, to ensure costs of collection are covered. Any costs will be in relation to the distance of the customers location from Computer Recyclers. Any potential costs will be agreed with clients prior to acceptance of the request. Qualifying items include PC base units, monitors, laptops, servers and printers. All other items will be treated as Non-qualifying items. Costs will be agreed with clients prior to acceptance of the request.
Clients can be offered rebates on remarketed goods. Rebates are based on the ‘Fair Market’ value of equipment, meeting viable condition and specification; less the processing costs.
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Accreditations and Permits
ISO 9001 certified companies like ourselves benefit from adopting efficient quality management systems that save time and cost, improve efficiency and ultimately improve customer relationships.
Some of the benefits to you as customers:
- Improved quality and service
- Delivery on time
- Right first time attitude
- Fewer returned products and complaints
- Independent audit demonstrates commitment to quality
It is not only the most well known, but is the only ISO 14000 standard against which it is currently possible to be certified by an external certification authority.
By achieving ISO14001 certification Computer recyclers UK are able to clearly demonstrate our commitment to reducing waste and recycling materials where appropriate.
ISO 14001 is a product of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). ISO 14001 is the world’s first generic, internationally recognised standard for environmental management. ISO 14001 measures the conformance of an organisation’s Energy Management System (EMS) to the specified requirements.
ISO 27001 (formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2005) is a specification for an information security management system (ISMS). An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organisation’s information risk management processes.
Launched in 2010, the ADISA audit process is multi-layered including full audits by UKAS certified auditors, unannounced operational audits and unannounced forensic audits. This approach ensures ADISA Certified companies are constantly being kept on their toes. With companies suspended and others removed from the program, the certification is something we work hard to achieve and even harder to maintain.