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Zest4 Recycling

Businesses today are under increased pressure to operate in environmentally-friendly ways and actively prove their sustainability credentials. Disposing of telecoms and computer hardware is an important element of a company’s waste management strategy, with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) regulations providing strict guidance on the disposable of hazardous waste.

Helping telecoms and IT resellers to offer environmentally-responsible equipment disposal methods to customers and help them to conform to industry regulations, wholesale communications provider Zest4 now offer a hardware recycling service.

Through this value-added service, a comprehensive range of equipment types can be recycled including mobile phones, PC base units, PBX and IP phones, servers, laptops, tablets, printers and much more. Whatever the equipment condition, it can be included in the recycling scheme.

In order to take advantage of this service, resellers must simply provide an inventory of their customers’ redundant hardware to the Zest4 team. A quotation will then be prepared and provided.

Following the installation of the new system and equipment, the old equipment is collected and taken away for testing.

When all equipment has been thoroughly tested, a final report is submitted which will confirm the equipment condition, valuations and costs associated with the recycling. The customer then has 48 hours to advise if they do not wish to go ahead.

Zest4 have launched this new service to complement their range of unified communications available for resellers. By utilising the recycling service, resellers can offer value-added services to end-customers, which will benefit in higher conversion rates and increased revenues.

To find out more about the Zest4 recycling service, call 0161 956 3355 or visit http://www.zest4.com

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