INK Networks Recycling - INK Networks - IT Support London

December 8, 2016

IT Recycling     London IT Recycling      London IT Disposal    IT Services London Recycling

INK Networks Recycling Conserves Natural Resources. This limits the amount of resources that are required to produce new electronic items. Recycling Your Old Computers Help People in Your Local Community. Our North London based IT firm will help you recycle your equipment that is in good condition and can be refurbished. This kit can then be utilized by schools, low-income families and charitable organizations who may not have enough income to afford new equipment.

Did you know households and organisations should aim to recycle 70% of your IT equipment? We didn’t until looking into it!

The old and rejected IT equipment is a risk to the environment and certainly needs proper recycling measures. INK Networks Recycling works brilliantly in this effort of recycling and disposing of risky IT equipment. Old computers, laptops, monitors, servers and other IT paraphernalia are well collected from numerous types of businesses and homes. We are active in and around London and throughout the UK.

INK Networks London IT Recycling provides a certified computer recycling service that includes the collection of all listed IT equipment from any group such as schools
and businesses.

Equipment that we collect:

  • Computer base units
  • Printers
  • Routers
  • Laptops
  • Whiteboards (May be a charge depending on quantity)
  • CRT Monitors
  • Toners/Ink cartridges
  • Assorted cables
  • Apple equipment
  • Servers
  • Phone systems
  • Mobiles phones
  • Photocopiers
  • TVs
  • Networking equipment
  • All electronic and IT related equipment

Office Address

Unit 10, 394 Camden Road
London, N7 0SJ , UK



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