Digital Space invests in sustainability services

Digital Space has invested in two new partnerships, with Circular Computing and Re-Tek, to deliver improved sustainability services for its customers.

Re-Tek offers re-use as a method of IT disposal by collecting, ethically wiping, and recycling legacy equipment for customers.

Circular Computing is a remanufacturer of carbon-neutral laptop products. As part of its partnership with Digital Space, Circular Computing will plant five trees for every device sold.

Through the new partnerships, organisations will be able to work with Digital Space to dispose of and sell their old legacy laptops and IT equipment sustainably. 

Sarah Lambert-Gibbs, Head of Supply Chain Tower at Digital Space, said: “We now have the capacity to support customers from the very beginning of their digital journey, by providing a solution for replacing legacy equipment.”


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