• In the UK, for every single phone in use, 4 sit unused

• 50% of the devices we throw away are still working

• Electronic waste (E-waste) is already the world’s fastest growing and most toxic waste stream and only 20% is currently recycled

(Data from: Green Alliance; US EPA; World Economic Forum Jan 2019 report)


Building a Circular Economy for Electronics:

We take away the devices and IT equipment that you don’t want and fix them up so they can stay in use for longer. We’ll collect them from you too!

We supply great quality renewed hardware at a fraction of the cost and environmental impact of buying brand new. 

Donate mobile phones to those in need, in partnership with O2 and Hubbub

The recent crisis has highlighted the plight of individuals isolated by lack of digital connectivity. Those identified by charities operating in the Borough of Southwark will receive phones donated by the public, refurbished and sterilised by Reconome, and connected to voice + data by O2.

Dust off your unwanted laptops, iPhones, PCs and monitors… book a collection with us today

We’ll take anything with a battery, plug or cable.

Our team of skilled engineers ensure that 100% of the equipment we receive
is Repaired, Reused or Recycled, as well as making sure any data is carefully wiped.

Join the fight for a world without waste.


Moving office or upgrading hardware? Contact us for a free consultation.

  • Certified secure data deletion
  • Hassle-free collections
  • Carbon emissions and sustainability advice
  • Full warranties on reused equipment
  • Guaranteed sustainable process
  • Tailor-made recycling solutions : on-site data destruction, asset management, and more


Gadgets gathering dust? Claim back your cupboards and drawers!

  • Free certified data deletion
  • Collection that suits your schedule
  • Buyback of select devices
  • Zero waste—devices are repaired & upgraded and given a second chance
  • Hard-drive destruction (by appointment, at our workshop)

“Waste isn’t rubbish, it’s actually pretty valuable”

– TimeOut Magazine