Click me

Go Green; Properly Dispose of IT Equipment

AVENTIS" s y s temS Only 12.5% of IT equipment is currently recycled. Go Green The rest is thrown into landfills or incinerators. IT equipment contains toxic waste, such as mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic and more. By dumping or burning this IT equipment, the toxins are released in the air and the plastic within the equipment is absorbed by the Earth. Properly Dispose of IT Equipment There are better ways to decommission end-of-life IT hardware. Follow these best practices for getting rid of your outdated technology and feel good about taking care of the environment! Resell Third-party Vendors and Resellers Recycle Programs Third-party vendors and resellers will sometimes buy your older IT equipment from you. Some vendors will provide a sizable Recycling your equipment will keep the products out of landfills and the toxins out of the air. Contact your IT vendor about its recycling program. Most IT vendors will have a free or low-cost credit for upgrade or even cash. Our Offer recycling program. Take care of the planet by recycling end-of-life hardware. Aventis Systems offers its customers a number of options to resell, repurpose, or recycle old servers, storage, networking, workstations, personal computing products, and components. Contact us for help decommissioning your IT equipment today! Buy-Back Programs Most value-added resellers will accept old equipment, and some Recycle will offer you accrued interest on your buy-back. You can consider selling your equipment online via eBay or Craiglist. CPU Repurpose Servers Repurpose Repurposed servers can be used in less intensive applications, such as file or print servers, and development Repurpose Hardware servers. Repurposing hardware and IT hardware can be repurposed for a variety of applications. Hard drives can be used in a newly upgraded server components offers a great alternative for IT professionals that may be unable to resell their hardware. infrastructure. Older components like power supplies and CPUS can be used for cold or hot spare parts. A laptop can be used as your backup, in the event a new one fails. Donate Go Green Consider donating your older or unwanted IT equipment to a local school or charity. Your company can partner with a school or non-profit and provide technology equipment to support Properly Dispose of IT Equipment Resources: its needs. You can even volunteer to help them learn how to use the devices as an extracurricular activity! AVENTIS" s y stemS

Go Green; Properly Dispose of IT Equipment

shared by AventisSystemsInc on Oct 01
Only 12.5% of IT equipment is currently recycled! Learn ways to decommission end-of-life IT hardware and help protect the Earth from IT equipment's toxic waste. Aventis Systems offers a number of op...


Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy


Click the code to copy
Customize size