Ci Recycling has one of the most secure facilities in Wales, so was the obvious choice for Dŵr Cymru as the ITAD contractor. It is also one of the few ADISA certified partners in the UK (ADISA is the ICO standard for data protection). The ITAD contract was awarded for three years, and having got off to a great start we look forward to a long and successful partnership with Dŵr Cymru.

Dŵr Cymru / Welsh Water is the sixth-largest regulated water and sewerage company in England and Wales. It is the only water company in the UK run as a not for profit and has been owned by Glas Cymru since 2001. Welsh Water is the 4th largest company in Wales and serves 1.4 million homes and businesses, supplying about 3 million people across Wales and Herefordshire.

This is the first time that Welsh Water will earn money on their retired equipment. This is yet another example of Dŵr Cymru’s green credentials, which are proving very forward-thinking in their recycling and environmental policies. If you want to improve your company’s recycling policies, carbon footprint or are wondering if there is any residual value in your company’s IT equipment, check out our IT Remarketing and Redeployment services. Ci Recycling can take care of all data sanitisation, eliminating all data remanence and offers secure collections and dedicated sales team. More and more companies are also exploring reusing equipment, expanding the life span of both their hardware and their software, to bring down business costs. As a large scale ITAD contractor  Ci cover all aspects of ITAD management and can assure that your data security, GDPR and WEEE regulations are comprehensively covered.

“Centerprise (Ci Recycling) were recently awarded as our IT asset disposal contractor, from the initial bid submission through to today they have been professional, friendly and helpful and it is a pleasure to work with them. Testament also has to be given to Amanda Harris & Lance East whose contribution has gone a long way to making the relationship what It is. Thank you both for your efforts.”

Graham Nelson
Chief Executive Officer of Wales & West Utilities