Responsible Asset Disposal

Everything today is moving so fast, none more so than technology.

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What We Do

Under WEEE and GDPR legislation, all businesses are required to responsibly dispose of their IT equipment.

ComplyIT will collect your IT equipment assets, securely destroy your data, recycle and reuse the working equipment, responsibly dispose of unusable assets and provide full management reports.

By working alongside trusted partners within the recycling sector, ComplyIT will maximise the value of your assets and look to provide a rebate back to you.

Our Services

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Secure Collections


Secure tracked vehicles, DRB checked drivers, UK wide

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Waste Management Docs


HWCN, WTN and Re-use certifates provided

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Asset Management


Barcode, track and report on all assets

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Secure Data Wiping


Using state of the art CESG wiping software

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Onsite Data Destruction


Physical shredding of all media at your premises

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Refurbish & Resale


Providing rebate potential for old working kit

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Asset Disposal


Redundant assets disposed of in line with WEEE directive

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Compliance Reporting


Full asset management & data wiping reports provided

about-us

Businesses, be it large blue chip organisations, SME’s or even sole traders, all have a corporate social responsibility to dispose of end of life equipment correctly. At ComplyIT we strive to offer new ways for businesses to become more environmentally responsible and look at their IT equipment as not just scrap but as valuable assets.

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GDPR

According to a 2015 UK government information security breaches survey, 90% of large organisations and 74% of SMEs reported a security breach. This lead to an estimated total of £1.4bn in regulatory fines. This would increase to circa £122.0bn under GDPR.

There will be two levels of fines based on GDPR.


1) up to €10 million or 2% of the company’s annual global turnover of the previous financial year, whichever is higher.


2) up to €20 million or 4% of the company’s annual global turnover of the previous financial year, whichever is higher.

The fines are based on the specific articles of the Regulation that the organisation has breached. Infringements of the organisation’s obligations, including data security breaches, will be subject to the lower level, whereas infringements of an individual’s privacy rights will be subject to the higher level.

Making sure that your organisation is compliant to the GDPR can reduce the chance of incurring an administrate fine.
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Location

Based in the North East of England we have great access to and A1 / M1 and therefore able to provide collections on a national basis. These collections would also include any required in Scotland with collections typically being made within 4 working days from receipt of order.

ComplyIT, Fusion Hive,
North Shore, Stockton-On-Tees,
TS18 2NB

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