What do you do with that laptop that is sitting on the shelf gathering dust? Millions of students around the world are going without the tools to learn, dream and achieve in the digital age. Yet still, tonnes of e-waste ends up in landfill every year. By donating your end-of-life device, you can make an impact without putting your hand in your pocket.
We have the expertise and the infrastructure to make use of any laptop or desktop computer. Don't worry if it doesn't work - through our partnerships with TES-AMM and Substation33, at the very least, it will be harvested for parts or melted down sustainably.
Each year in Australia, more than 500,000 computers end up in landfill, primarily from corporate e-waste. This contributes to pollution and environmental degradation. Responsibly disposing of end-of-life digital assets presents a challenge for environmentally-conscious corporates. So why not make an impact with them instead of throwing them away?
We have partnered with the global leader in IT asset lifecycle services, TES-AMM, to provide an avenue for corporates to sustainably dispose of their end-of-life digital assets while being assured that the highest level of data destruction will be maintained. Corporates such as QIC, Townsville Enterprise, Iress, DXC Technology, Sonic Healthcare and dozens of others have donated their devices to our cause.
Andrew Walsh (CEO, Iress)