Effortless Computer Recycling is a company who is very passionate about the recycling of used computer equipment. We understand what is required when dealing with businesses, and offer many value added services to help make the process as effortless as possible. Unfortunately we do not collect from residential customers anymore, we will however be happy to inform you of your closest drop off point. We strongly believe in the four R's, reduce, reuse, refurbish, and recycle. Collected equipment will be assessed and separated into items fit for refurbishment or spares, and items which will be sent for raw material seperation recycling.
1) Business Collection Request:
Customers can request a collection via our online request form, email, or telephone.
You will receive feedback within 24 hours confirming your collection date.
How it all works, and what you need to do.
2) Onsite collection: Free of Charge
We offer a free of charge collection service within Gauteng. Collections are usually completed with 48 hours of request. We have different sizes of vehicles that we use for the collections, so it is important to give us an estimate of the amount of equipment needing to be collected.
3) Bar Code Scanning of Asset: Free of Charge
Another service we offer is to perform onsite serial number recording of all equipment collected. We bring laptops with barcode scanners to ensure speed and accuracy when recording of assets. A customizable spreadsheet is then created for the customer detailing serial numbers.
4) Data protection: Free of Charge
We specialize in the data security, we understand customer needs to protect information. Hard drive destruction can be done onsite with our specially made mobile hard drive crusher, this can be arranged for larger collections. Alternatively customers are also welcome to view the data wiping process at our workshop, we use Active Killdisk with a two stage wipe process.
5) Certificate issued: Free of Charge
Our customers will also receive a Certificate once the collection has been completed. Each collection will have a unique reference number which will be displayed on the certificate. All documents related to the collection will have the same reference number.