COMMUNITY

BUILDING A COMMUNITY

RECONO.ME is all about responsibility when it comes to sustainable tech and data security. And we want to build a community with businesses and organisations who share our values.


OUR PARTNERS

ACROSS THREE SPHERES

We’re keen to partner with any groups and organisations that share our belief in a sustainable approach to E-waste, those who want to join us in our mission to expand the circular economy, and any organisations who are interested in becoming one of our charity partners.


OUR partners

CHARITIES AND CAUSES WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

We’re already working with children’s charity Little Lives UK, an organisation that helps disadvantaged and disabled children and their families. We directly provide laptops and computers, which will help children access education, as well as other, useful, everyday devices.


WORK WITH US

LET’S DO THIS TOGETHER

RECONO.ME has ambitious plans, but we know we can do more and do it better if we team up with like-minded people. If you share our values, want to upcycle tech that can’t be fixed, or just think we could do something great together, get in touch. We’d love to hear your ideas!

LATEST NEWS

Insights

The Major Corporates Getting It Right on Sustainability

With school strikes for climate change, Waterloo Bridge being transformed into a green camp by Extinction Rebellion and innovative biodegradable ‘bubbles’ offering water at the London Marathon, environmental awareness is quickly becoming the norm.

Insights

Five London businesses who are helping us to become more sustainable

Last month, the UK government’s Committee on Climate Change released a report advocating a legally binding target to reduce net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. As momentum continues to build throughout public and private sectors, innovators across our capital are creating novel solutions to help every day individuals and businesses in reducing their footprint.

Sustainability

How to recycle your Laptop with RECONO.ME

Your old laptop isn’t showing any signs of life; or it tries to boot-up and gets stuck on one of the infamous “Mac screens of death”; or maybe it just too slow to keep up with what you need of it.