Free computer recycling for business’s with issuing of data destruction certificates to WEEE standards.

CAd dot Services have recycled PC’s from Businesses, Colleges and other institutions for quite a while now. All PC’s have their data securely erased and are either sold on as whole machines or disassembled and the separate parts reused/donated/sold on. We do get requests from Charities and non-profits for machines but not all the time, most of the machines are sold on to low-income families/students for an extremely low-cost route into the world of IT and all its many avenues.

If you have obsolete PC’s that need removal please use any of the contact information to arrange computer recycling drop off, fill out the donation form and bring it with you, or a copy, if required free pc recycling data eradication documents will be sent back to you, transfer invoice too.

Home users with single machines can drop off their equipment in Gorseinon, Swansea – make sure to call first.

Any operating software and licences would be welcome to further keep costs down for the end-user.

Working Equipment that can be recycled:

Audio / Visual, Blackberry, Bluetooth, CCTV systems, Cryptocurrency miners, Desktop PC Systems, Digital Cameras, External Devices, Flat Panels, Gaming Consoles and Devices, Hubs, iBooks, iMacs, iPhones, Individual Components, Laptops, Leads, Mobile Phones, Monitors (CRT, LCD & TFT), Operating System Discs & COA’s, PDA’s, Plasma Screens, Printers, Routers, Scanners, Speakers & Systems, Switches, Paper shredders, TVs, USB Devices, Wireless Devices and most electrical equipment – call or email for advice.

According to the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC), “e-waste” – dead computers and other consumer-electronics cast-offs – is the fastest-growing portion of our rubbish waste system, with consumer-electronics devices also accounting for 40 per cent of the lead in landfills This service alone saves valuable space being ruined by landfill as over 1,000,000 machines in London are disposed of in the ground in this way each year!

This is more of an environmental effort rather than entirely for-profit.