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The Mayor’s Green Procurement Code Materials Service run by London Remade has made another successful match and prevented a specialist server from going to landfill.

Helen Stewart, Office Manager at London First, commented: “I found that gave a fast and efficient service and was pleased to know that someone is recycling specialist electronic equipment.”

Andy Robb, Green Procurement Broker at London Remade, made the match with “The materials service aims to facilitate matches of recyclable material between producers and collectors in London. Maxitech can re-use and recycle equipment and prevent it going to landfill. is unique in that it will take a lot of specialist hardware equipment that other organisations will not.” deal with a range of organisations from blue chip companies to smaller enterprises. Clients can use the company’s same-day collection and online tracking service to dispose of their redundant video, telecommunications and networking equipment for refurbishment and re-use. Maxitech recently collected a specialist micro film printer from The Bank of England offices in London.

Peter Paduh, founder of said: “Having a socially, environmentally and economically sound IT disposal strategy in place helps companies boost their Corporate Social Responsibility profile and comply with the new EU WEEE Regulations on electronics disposal at the same time. We offer businesses the chance to maximize their return on re-usable redundant electronic equipment and ensure that all electronic equipment recycling conforms to agreed standards and are performed by authorized specialists. “

The server will now be wiped of all information, refurbished and then sold..

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