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Stepping Up for Sustainability

The Earth is in the middle of a climate emergency. It’s time to step up! Ken Parker, Head of Compliance for ICT Reverse was delighted to attend the Sustainability in Tech Summit at BAFTA in London last week. As an…

Working in Partnership with Lancaster University

Bioleaching ICT Reverse

Due to the rapid advances in technology the amount of waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) is growing. In fact E-waste (electronic equipment waste) is the most rapidly growing waste stream in the world, with over 50 million tonnes generated…

The Stride Towards a Circular Economy

E-Waste in Numbers In the fast-paced digital age, electronic waste, commonly known as e-waste, has emerged as a formidable environmental challenge. With the rapid advances in technology, the disposal of electronic devices has escalated, leading to harmful consequences for our…

The latest on our ADISA audit

In the world of secure reverse logistics and data erasure services, achieving and maintaining accreditation is of paramount importance. It signifies our unwavering commitment to delivering the highest standards of quality and security. At ICT Reverse, we go to great…

ICT Reverse supports local children’s charity

ICT Reverse has continued its support for local charity Escape2Make. The group, based in Lancaster and Morecambe, aims to help ALL 11-18s in the Lancaster & Morecambe area to escape from boredom, social media, loneliness and any pressure at school or…

The latest on COP28

COP28

With COP28 in full swing we give you the low down on everything you need to know. What is COP28? COP28 sounds a strange title to give to such an important globally important meeting. The ‘COP’ is a global summit…

ICT Reverse ‘Wears it Pink’

The team at ICT Reverse has swapped the usual uniform for a shade of pink to show support for ‘Wear It Pink Day’ on Friday 20th October. The staff based in Lancaster and Morecambe have donned bright pink cowboy hats,…

Educating the next generation of e-waste warriors!

E-waste Electronic waste (e-waste) is a rising environmental issue affecting every corner of the world. The production, use and disposal of electronic equipment generates a significant amount of carbon, a major contributor to climate change. The UK is the 2nd…