TECH-TAKEBACK 3 (TTB3) BRIGHTON & HOVE
28th September 2018 to 1st October
at The Level Community Rooms (MacLaren Room), Rose Walk, BN1 4ZN
accessible from, Ditchling Road, Lewes Road or Union Road Brighton
The Brighton & Hove Tech-Takeback project is a partnership between four organisations, Brighton & Hove City council, Erase MyData, Freegle and SOENECS. Tech-Takeback was founded by Dr David Greenfield of SOENECS, Cat Fletcher of Freegle and Andy Burdon from Erase My Data. The Brighton & Hove Trial is being manged by SOENECS in partnership with Brighton & Hove City Council.
Councillor Saoirse Horan, deputy chair of the city’s environment, transport and sustainability committee, said: “The public response to our first Tech-Takeback pop up shop has been amazing, and the benefit to those who have dropped off items is brilliant as all their data is completely and properly erased by professionals or dismantled and disposed of.
“Each item donated also benefits charities, people who are less able to afford new tech or the environment as absolutely everything is reused or recycled.”
Cllr Horan added: “The next pop up shop is 13-21 January, which will help people declutter their old tech if they have received new tech for Christmas.”
Bring your old tech down for free data wiping if you are a resident.
If you are a small business wishing to de-clutter, under the government Data Protection Act and ADISA guidelines, we will charge you £10 per data bearing item and provide you with a certificate of destruction for your audit trail.
If you would like to pre-register please go to this link : TTB3
Contact us via:
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter: @TechTakeback Instagram: @TechTakeback
Tech-Takeback | get savvy with your old gadgets | let them be of use again!
Get your tech serving you, our communities and our environment
#datawiping #repair #reuse #refurb #resale #recycle
We would like to thank the following partners for their contribution:
© SOENECS Ltd 2018