Building a community

Sustainable tech and data security is what we’re good at.
We want to build a community with businesses and organisations who share our values.

Across three spheres

We’re keen to partner with :

  1. Any groups and organisations that share our belief in a sustainable approach to E-waste
  2. Those who want to join us in our mission to expand the circular economy
  3. Any organisations who are interested in becoming one of our charity partners.

We’re now a Certified B Corp!

RECONO.ME has now been accepted into the B Corp community, joining great companies like Patagonia (BCorp link) and Natura (BCorp link) that have met “rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency”.

Charities and causes who make a difference

We’re already working with charities BHF and Haven House in Leytonstone. We donate laptops and computer that will help families access education, as well as other, useful, everyday devices.

We’d love to hear your ideas!

RECONO.ME can only achieve ambitious plans by teaming up with like-minded, passionate people. If you share our values, want to upcycle tech that can’t be fixed, or just think we could do something great together, please get in touch.



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