Commercial Recycling

Computer Recycling Liverpool provides commercial IT Equipment recycling throughout the whole Liverpool region (Liverpool centre, Liverpool city, Toxteth, Mossley Hill, Aigburth, Garston, Gateacre, Childwall, Old Swan, Islington, Edge Hill, Everton, Bankhall, Anfield, Stoneycroft, Bootle, Walton, Swanside, Huyton, Tarbock, Kirkby, Fazakerley, Thornton, Crosby, Hightown, Altcar, Speke, Widnes, Runcorn, Birkenhead etc).

Computer Recycling Liverpool is designed for all customers such as businesses, companies, schools, colleges, universities, NHS, government and councils etc who are looking for a secure, reliable commercial computer disposal service. We can pick up anything that is IT related from your location including computers, servers, desktop PC Units, laptops, laser and inkjet printers, mobile phones, UPSs, batteries, displays, plotters etc.

Computer Recycling Liverpool understand the pressures of all kinds of regulations such as WEEE, waste hierarchy and the data protection act.

We have asset reporting in place to take away the horrible daunting task of noting down the asset tags and serial numbers on each asset so that you can knock them off. We have a barcode scanning system in place where all serial numbers can be scanned in quickly and efficiently. All information including your unique asset tags will be accumulated up to produce a complete asset report and then you can knock off your IT assets easily.

With each commercial computer recycling service you will receive multiple documents to comply with the WEEE regulations including your waste transfer note which is for non hazardous computer equipment. You will also receive a hazardous waste consignment note for all hazardous waste included in the collection such as CRT Monitors, LCD / TFT Displays, Batteries, UPSs etc. These hazardous notes go into more detail due to the increased risk of hazardous spillage. If you produce more than 0.5 tonnes worth of hazardous waste, to be compliant with the WEEE regulations and Computer recycling Liverpool, you are required to notify the environment agency and you will receive a registration number as a hazardous waste producer.