Frequently Asked Questions about Free PC Disposal
In line with WEEE directive Free Computer Disposal aims to process your old equipment for reuse of its original purpose. Any item which can't be reused will be recycled. All recycling is carried out to European Union regulations and in line with the Environmental Protection Act.All hard drive infomation is securely and permanently destroyed.
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Arranging a collection is straight forward and simple, complete our enquiry form, phone us on 01332 239122, or email us: email@example.com
On the day of collection you will have been allocated a mutually convenient collection time to ensure minimal disruption. Specifics such as onsite data destruction and asset logs will be completed if requested, after which you will be provided with the Environment Agency papers detailing the collected item weights. This will need to be signed by an authorised person.
Yes - As long as you have provided us with details of your items and when you will be bringing them.
If it is not possible to detail the items you need to recycle, please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail so that we can establish the logistics of the collection.
Once collected your items are processed, by removal of markings and labels and the items are then are reused or recycled.
All data on hard drives, and other media are erased unsing industry proven techniques. We can physically destroy hard drives which contain sensitive data, and provide on-site destruction on request.
If your items are extremely heavy, large, hazardous, or non WEEE related then please contact us to discuss your individual requirements.
To enable us to continue to provide a free service for the removal of old electrical equipment from businesses, school and colleges we ask that when you provide the information of the items to be collected that it is provided in an honest manner and with utmost good faith.
So that we can manage the logistics of the collection we will ask you to provide a description of the number of items and the type of items to be collected.
Should the items to be collected not be as described in volume or condition, then free computer disposal reserves the right to not remove the equipment. We will however discuss any abnormal costs that may be involved.
Any items which have been stored outside and subject to water/weather damage will not normally be removed. If the items you have have been outside at any point please call us to discuss first.