I.T recycling with a social conscience
Why choose Community
Even after a format or re-partition, your data is still accessible by identity thieves. Everything donated to us goes through a complete wiping process certified to United States Department of Defence standards.
Data Destroyed to U.S. D.O.D Standards
FREE Certificate of Destruction
Optional Physical Destruction available
Disposal in accordance with WEEE regs
We will collect larger collections for free, or you can drop it down to our charity based in Stockport. For our address please click this box
Free Collections from Stockport, Tameside and Greater Manchester areas
Professional Service with secure transportation
Staff fully CRB checked
Recycling your I.T. equipment with us means that you are ensuring that all of the hazardous materials inside your computers (mercury & gasses) are properly disposed of in accordance with WEEE regulations.
The disposal of electronics equipment is now strictly regulated. Each person and business now has a duty to make sure their equipment is properly disposed of. I.T. Equipment can contain harmful substances, which we properly dispose of according to these regulations. Renewal North West are registered with the Environment Agency for the processing of electrical, electronic and IT waste. We are registered waste carriers.
It Benefits charity
Your donation is either recycled or upgraded and turned into a cash donation to Renewal North West – a local charity based in Stockport.
By choosing us for I.T. recycling, you are helping to provide work skills to the long-term unemployed, provide low-cost computers to people who may not be able to otherwise afford one, and help a local charity in its aims. You can visit our charity website at
Who are we?
We recycle donated IT equipment, providing low cost computers to the community and work skills to the long term unemployed, whilst also reducing the amount of e-waste going to landfill and ensuring all hazardous materials are disposed of properly.
Community Computers is a Digital Alliance Partner, working in partnership with Stockport MBC and Stockport’s Digital Device Lending Library with Starting Point Community Learning Partnership to tackle digital exclusion in Stockport.
Community Computers is a not for profit initiative operated by registered charity Renewal North West (1145056)
More info about out work…
• We provide fully refurbished and licensed, essential devices back into the community at low cost and work closely with local organisations to support individuals/families in using their devices.
• We provide employment, work experience and training to long term unemployed individuals that have experienced multiple barriers to regain work
• We work with Stockport Digital Device Library to maintain their devices that are loaned into the community.