Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce is proud to launch a new charitable initiative in partnership with the Stone Group and the Elm Group to help tackle growing e-waste levels across the county.
Businesses and individuals can now hand over their old electronic devices such as laptops and tablets – known as e-waste – to be securely wiped using MOD-approved software, before being re-used or recycled for parts.
In return, Stone Group will make a charitable donation to support the work of A Child of Mine, a charity that provides emotional and practical support to bereaved parents and families.
Stafford Chamber of Commerce President, Martin Lennon, said: “I am delighted to see Stafford leading the way with this innovative programme.
“People can be confident that their equipment will be totally secure and reused where possible, with nothing going into landfill – all while supporting a local charity.
“I would encourage everybody to bring their old phones, laptops and computers to one of our drop-off locations listed below.”
Unwanted devices can be handed at the following sites:
TopCashback – Temeraire Court, Nelson House, Dyson Way, Stafford – ST18 0WQ (Monday to Thursday, 9am -3pm)
Shire Hall Business Centre, Market Square, Stafford – ST16 2LD (Monday to Friday, 9am – 3pm, from 18.7.22. onwards).
Stafford Indoor Market Office – Earl Street, Stafford ST18 0WQ (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10am – 4pm)
With MOD-approved data removal through Blancco and a Valpak accreditation for Zero to Landfill, you can trust that your equipment will be disposed of responsibly.