12 Aug 2019

And then there were four!

We’ve been very busy bees over the last couple of weeks and would like to extend a huge welcome to not 1, not 2, not 3 but 4 new members of our ever-growing team!

With an influx of businesses now realising they have a legal and social responsibility to dispose of their surplus IT equipment in an environmentally friendly way, the recycling arm of Zixtel is expanding rapidly.

Stephen Dewhurst has taken to the role of metals recycling strategist (Business Development Manager) like a duck to water and has certainly hit the ground running! With determination like no other Stephen thrives on the challenge that is eWaste.

Zixtel buy all types of IT equipment for re-use and recycling including complete servers, workstations and PC’s, and in addition to these complete units we will also buy in bulk associated spare parts such as RAM, CPU, NIC’s and HBA’s, hard drives and telecoms kit. To arrange a collection of equipment for assessment Stephen is your go to guy!

Also joining our recycling team, we have Nolan Kamali, Raymond Rhodes and Liam Ross. With a wide variety of experience across a range of business sectors we couldn’t have hoped for a better team to process and recycle your surplus IT kit.

Zixtel can manage surplus IT either as an asset transfer or as waste for recycling with full auditing. If you have assets that are not being used in your business, then we are pleased to have the opportunity to value those assets and provide a route for them to be removed.

We are proud to say that we don’t send anything to landfill, and we do not export out of the UK where redundant IT equipment is often sent to landfill in other countries.

Ask us about the residual value of your unused assets – you might as well make some money from it!

If you are worried about the data contained on your old or unused assets, we can take care of that too. Read more about data disposal and destruction here.

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