Server Recycling & Disposal

Recycling servers is crucial for the environment, and with FLP we make this process as simple as possible. Safely dispose of your outdated, unwanted waste servers while minimising e-waste and your impact on the environment. Our security-vetted team will handle data destruction and ensure compliance with all necessary regulations.

At FLP we utilise market-leading data sanitisation software from BLANCCO and ADISA which permanently erases all data on your HDD’s and SSDs. We can offer you a range of data sanitisation methods including DoD 5220.22-M and NIST 800-88.

Once your data has been erased you will receive a certificate for each individual storage device giving you certified evidence that the data has been securely removed. In many cases, your old Servers still carry some residual value. FLP can pay you for your aged IT assets which you can use to offset costly upgrade equipment.

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We understand the importance of environmental care and data security, and together we can make a significant impact on the environment. Recycling IT servers are more than just disposing of e-waste; it’s a commitment to embracing sustainable practices which reflect positively on your corporate image. Data security is at the core of our operations and we take every measure to protect your sensitive information during the recycling process.

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Why recycle Your Old IT Servers?

FLP Solutions can collect all IT hardware equipment including:

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FAQs

Server recycling is the environmentally responsible process of disposing of outdated or unused servers. It involves the secure handling of servers to minimise electronic waste and its impact on the environment. 

WEEE, an acronym for “Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment,” encompasses a vast array of devices, specifically those powered by batteries or plugs. WEEE waste in the UK has surged significantly over the years.

Back in 2007, the WEEE Directive was enacted into legislation. This directive plays a pivotal role in fostering sustainable production and consumption. Its primary objectives are to prioritise the prevention of WEEE creation and to help reduce the disposal of electronic waste in landfills. This legislative framework underlines a commitment to responsible and eco-conscious practices in the realm of electronic and electrical waste management.

Server recycling is crucial for environmental sustainability, minimising e-waste and ensuring responsible disposal of outdated equipment.

At FLP, we are committed to embracing sustainable practices by reducing environmental impact, and promoting responsible e-waste management. we combine our expertise in environmental care and data security to offer a seamless and secure server recycling process.