Commercial Recycling

Computer recycling Leeds is a business that is situated just below the city centre and offers all commercial customers in Leeds a free computer recycling service. This product can see the dismissal of all old, broken and obsolete computer equipment, no matter how much you have. We can collect inkjet printers, plotters, laser printers, photocopiers, laptops, servers, desktop computers, mobile phones, desk phones, telecoms systems, uninterruptable power supplies, batteries etc. All you need to qualify for a free collection is 12 computer sized items otherwise we would have to charge to make it viable. If a customer calls up with just a few items, our smallest vehicles can store over 150 computers so it isn’t viable. In cases like this we could have to charge a small collection fee which is usually £50.

Computer recycling Leeds is for offices, warehouses, businesses, companies, schools, education sector, colleges, universities, government, councils and hospitals etc. And everything you have can be collected from all the main areas in Leeds including Leeds city, Leeds centre, Holbeck, Armley, Headingley, Chapel Allerton, Harehills, Hollin Park, Cross Gates, Seacroft, Whinmoor, Thorner, Moortow, Adel, West Park, Horsforth, Rawdon, Yeadon, Farsley, Pudsey, Bistall, Tingley, Middleton, Rothwell, Lofthouse, Bramhope, Thorner etc.

All Computer recycling Leeds’ vehicles are within a few years old and are very reliable due to continual servicing been undertaken monitored by our transport manager. We know each collection has a different vehicle to suit it. For example a data centre clearout that occurred in Leeds centre had a series of 4.5 meter cabinets that required a 7.5tonne truck which computer recycling Leeds were able to provide. To allow fast loading, our truck is equipped with a tail lift, which saved having to empty each cabinet. This tail lift service is also available for photocopiers that need recycling in the Leeds area. We also have 3.5Tonne vans for every day commercial computer recycling Leeds collections.