IT managed service provider Digital Space is enhancing its CSR through new partnerships with Circular Computing and asset disposal organisation Re-Tek. These will enable Digital Space customers to dispose of and sell their legacy laptops and IT equipment in a secure, sustainable way. Circular Computing and Re-Tek, which collects, wipes and recycles legacy equipment, will form part of Digital Space’s new Tech Space supply chain service, which enables customers to purchase and dispose of IT and hardware in a quick and efficient manner.
As part of its partnership with Digital Space, Circular Computing will plant five trees for every remanufactured laptop sold. Sarah Lambert-Gibbs, Head of Supply Chain Tower at Digital Space, said: “By partnering with Circular Computing and Re-Tek, we have the capacity to provide a quick, easy and environmentally-friendly solution for replacing legacy equipment. We’ll do all the heavy lifting, acting as one point of contact so the process is streamlined and hassle-free.”