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End of Computers for Charities

It has been over 6 years since we started our Recycling for Charities program, but sadly it has come to an end.

Back in 2005 we started the program in response to our clients need to dispose of their old hardware when they refreshed their systems.

Our Original Mission:

Our dedication, our promise:
NOVA iT RECYCLING was created as a direct response to the needs of the iT market. The computers are doubling in speed and capacity faster than the recovery market can keep up. Used computers and monitors have routinely been thrown in landfills at the end of their lifecycles, despite laws prohibiting this practice.
Of course, we didn’t just want to help make iT disposal environmentally safe, we also knew that with so much waste in the current market, we could help those less fortunate, and help the companies that donate their computers to save money as well.
Unlike other companies we didn’t want to be just another middleman selling off lots to other resellers. We make the most of the equipment we receive by refurbishing and remarketing it ourselves.
We are very proud of our ability to make available older technology to those who otherwise would not be able to afford it, and we pledge to you that we will deliver the best return for your surplus equipment. 

We have seen many things change in this space over the years, many companies and programs have come and gone, a number of large hardware vendors have stepped up and provided their own donation/trade-in programs, which is great, they should be environmentally aware of what they put out into the world.

Some council’s now even have their own computer recycling programs.

We are always looking at new and innovative ways to give back to the community, if you have any ideas please contact us as we would love to hear from you.

If you are unsure of how to dispose of your old computer gear, contact us and we would be more than happy to point you in the right direction.

 
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