Date posted 5-06-2024

The Environment is an important part of our CSR strategy

To celebrate World Environment Day we have ongoing projects dedicated to making a positive impact on the environment, and we're excited to share some great news. Following a recent partnership with SocialBox we’ve made a sizable equipment donation, playing our part to contributing to saving the planet!
Our Climate Action working group Aishling Brennan, Diana Daza, Jade Farouk, Rance Wilson, Akvile Arbaciauskaite and Naz Toropdar launched this initiative to collect old and unused electrical items, resulting in over 250 being collected.

These include:

  • Laptops
  • Mobile Phones
  • Landlines
  • Computers & Monitors
  • Printers
  • Radio Walkie Talkies
  • Spare Laptop Chargers

Each item collected will be carefully wiped clean of data and repurposed, and anything that has reached its end-of-life, and unable to be reused, will be stripped down to core materials for spare parts, ensuring that they don't end up in landfill but instead get a second life.

Repurposed items will be donated to various charities to help:

  • Individuals transitioning from homelessness into permanent accommodation
  • Refugees integrating into society
  • Elderly individuals seeking independence
  • Unemployed residents pursuing training and employment

Why is this important?

  • Environmental Impact: Reducing electronic waste ultimately helps minimise the harmful effects on our planet.
  • Community Support: Repurposed equipment can benefit schools, non-profits, and underserved communities, supporting digital inclusion and making a lasting impact
  • Economic Benefit: Parts will be sold, where appropriate, generating wealth and supporting a social enterprise.

We encourage everyone to donate any outdated or unused IT, and telecoms equipment to schemes like this.
Let’s mark World Environment Day by contributing to initiatives that make a meaningful difference to our environment and communities.

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