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    Does anyone know of a reputable company that can come and collect some old equipment from our school for free and provide certificates?

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    We are using these people:

    Link: Recycled IT | Free Computer Recycling | PC Disposal | Free IT disposal for all with ZERO LANDFILL

    We have found them to be friendly and efficient. They just need a quantity of kit that you are disposing of to make it economically viable for them to visit you. We are due another visit from them shortly.

    You can give them a call to see if they can help.

    I usually deal with Andy.

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    Started using this one Recyclable IT LTD
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    We always use PRM Green Technologies. They normally require a certain amount to send a van but will pick up less if they have a van in the area and space on it.

    http://www.prmgreentech.com/
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    Another vote here for http://www.prmgreentech.com/ - used them a number of times, excellent! they send an email to you with the serial numbers of the HD distroyed along with the certificates! couldnt ask for better!

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    Speak to sponsor @Millgate. I've used them

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    Another +1 for prmgreentech.com here. They are collecting a bit of ours over the easter

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    Moving to Green Computing forum.

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    We used KMD Recycling Ltd for the first time a couple of weeks ago after our usual recycling company became uncontactable. You need over 40 items before they will collect and they seemed okay.

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    PRM here for us too they are due next week to collect some equipment.

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