CCL North - Irvine
Recycling ? To you it?s a headache, just another problem stopping you from concentrating on your core business.
To us, well, relax, it?s what we do.
CCL North have over 11 years experience in providing secure WEEE and IT hardware recycling services for corporate, educational and government bodies throughout the UK and Ireland. Contact us for your recycling needs. We are happy to tailor a collection service to the client''s needs, whether they are blue-chip companies to government to small local businesses and offices. We can take large bulk loads and small - we have no minimum size for uplifts and are happy to provide a regular uplift service. Computer recycling, secure data destruction (through software wiping or mechanical hard drive shredding) and desktop and laptop refurbishing are all services we can offer you to help deal with large volumes of waste electronics and electricals.
To you it is an inconvenience and again, relax, it?s what we do. All of our sites have full Waste Management Licences and are Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities (AATF). Our customer care team is always on hand to provide you with the best advice on meeting your compliance requirements and legal obligations.
Security is paramount. Our services are focussed on security to ensure that there is no opportunity for data to escape. We provide a wide range of services for data destruction including degaussing, data erasure and hard drive destruction all to CESG standards providing you with peace of mind.
Where permission is given, we also refurbish and re-use IT equipment providing a financial return to re-invest in IT technology. Where re-use is not an option, all remaining equipment is carefully dismantled to maximise recovery from individual components and material to ensure the highest possible levels of recyclability.
We operate our own vehicle fleet from 3.5 Tonne sprinter type vans to 7.5 Tonne, 10 Tonne and 18 Tonne trucks. All of our drivers are full time...
electrical and electronic recycling, waste management, WEEE, data destruction, recycling, R and D