Airedale Computer Recycling
We have won many environmental awards, a few social enterprise awards, a regeneration award, a couple of community awards, numerous business awards, a very prestigious award for excellence in recycling and one final award of appreciation for our fantastic charitable work.
We use the donated equipment for vocational retraining of long-term unemployed, disabled or disadvantaged people. We provide volunteers and college students with hands-on practical training towards their IT qualifications.
Many refurbished computers are made available free of charge to local charities, social enterprise, voluntary organisations and other good causes especially involving children. We maintain a wall-of-fame in our Airedale shop featuring photographs of many of the good causes we have helped.
Low Cost Computers
Many computers are made available at low cost into the local community, either through our three local retail shops or from our website shop and ebay shop. Many computers go to other traders helping to sustain employment of staff and thereby the local economy.
We provide a repair service (sometimes free of charge for good causes) where a full format and reinstall costs only £40. Virus removal from as little as £25.
Our downstream service partners are selected from their particular fields of speciality to ensure maximum recycling rates for all equipment channelled into materials reclamation. Everything has a value and nothing goes to waste and no waste is exported.
Yorkshire TV Adverts
We have created 2 television adverts to increase brand awareness in Yorkshire. The first aired in 2007 and the second which added a small segment about our sister Social Enterprise, Airedale Car Clinic, in 2008.
When the United Nations put a call out for the world to recycle computers to save on landfill and natural resources, the BBC news team came to us for a reply from the industry. Breakfast News reporter, Jules Botfield looked into this from Airedale Computer Recycling in West Yorkshire. Jules spoke to Keith Sorrell and Jamie Spall, from Airedale Computer Recycling, John Snowden from Wakefield MDC and Simon Bowens from Friends of the Earth.
Microsoft Registered Refurbisher
Airedale Computer Recycling is one of only a few Microsoft Registered Refurbishing Organisations within West Yorkshire. We are registered with Microsoft under their refurbisher programme to supply Microsoft Windows licenses on low cost computers to the general public and to Eligible Charitable Organisations, Eligible Academic Users, and other Specially Approved Recipients.
We are one of a small handful of refurbishers in Yorkshire that achieved ICER accreditation (Industry Council for Electronics Recycling) the industry’s highest accolade at the time.
Environment Agency Licensing
We hold EA Waste Carriers, Transporters, Dealers & Brokers Exemptions.
We have T11 WEEE Refurbishers Exemption
We have EA hazardous waste premises registration.
We adhere to Environment Agency Hazardous Waste Consignment Note Regulations and provide all the required documentation for our clients to ensure their compliance with the WEEE Directives and Duty of Care Regulations.
And if all that wasn't enough, all our profits go to the registered charity Chrysalis Youth & Community Project to help them achieve their aims of providing sports and community facilities local young people through THE HUT in Airedale.
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