Shaping the future of Electronic Waste

Refurbished tech will reduce the amount of electronic waste output. Do your part for the environment. e-Waste is a growing issue.


E-Waste Problem

Developing Countries Suffer

Unfortunately, much of the e-waste generated in developed countries is shipped to developing countries where it is often disposed of improperly. E-waste is a growing environmental concern due to the hazardous materials it contains. Many of the metals and other components found in e-waste, such as lead, cadmium, mercury are toxic to both humans and the environment.

Water and Aquatic Life

When metals and other materials from e-waste leech into nearby water sources, they can contaminate drinking water and harm aquatic life.

Further Metal Mining

In addition to the toxins found in e-waste, the mining of new metals for electronic components can also have a negative impact on the environment.

E-Waste Solution

Recycling is the answer

Recycling e-waste is the best way to reduce its environmental impact. By recycling e-waste, metals and other materials can be recovered and reused, reducing the need for mining new resources.

Refurbished Technology

Refurbishing technology, doesn’t mean you will achieve any less performance. It means having the exact same product without having to discard it as waste. In fact we upgrade most of our machines ourselves to make the performance better than it was originally.

Support the Cause

Support organizations that are working to reduce the amount of e-waste produced and increase access to responsible recycling programs


Its Time to come together and Think Green!

Minimise E-Waste by Purchasing Refurbished Tech

Refurbished tech will reduce the amount of electronic waste output.