Compliant Tech Disposal

Do you want to dispose of your old IT equipment but are worried about your personal and private details ending up in the wrong hands? Then use Tech-Recycle’s FREE service. Tech-Recycle is a Farnham-based company that collects redundant IT equipment from homes and businesses throughout the UK. The company has the aim of refurbishing and deploying this equipment to families, businesses and charities who don’t have the budget to buy new. Tech-Recycle prides itself on offering a safe and ethical service that its customers can trust.

Destroying your Data Securely

Whether your old computer was used for business or personal activities, it may still hold private company or personal data when you dispose of it. Fortunately, when you use Tech-Recycle’s service, you can rest-assured that your data will be destroyed safely and securely. The company’s destruction process exceeds many internationally recognised standards and the team issue compliant paperwork including Duty of Care notices and Certificates of Data Destruction. The company has a growing client base and has served customers in London, Surrey, Hampshire, Guildford, Southampton, Woking, and Reading. Visit the website today for further information or call 01252 757790 to speak to one of the friendly and knowledgeable team.   

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  • Great service.  Randal was helpful, prompt, efficient- Steve Brinton – Analytical Research

    - Testimonial from Analytical Research
  • Tech Recycle is an excellent idea that’s also excellent in practice. Everyone I dealt with was super-efficient, friendly and helpful. No messing to arrange a collection – and no messing on the day. The driver rang to say when he’d arrive and was here to the minute. Also very polite, friendly and explained how the
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  • Brilliantly helpful, very pleasant collection had a little chat as we loaded the truck.  Would def use again –  – Matt Yeoman – Cycling UK

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