Issue 1 of Tech 360 is out now! Tech 360 is our brand new newsletter where we'll round up key insights, topical thought pieces and valuable resources in the world of circular IT, to help you stay informed and enable you to get more out of your technology.
We’re absolutely delighted to announce that Stone 360, our brand new IT recycling app, was named the winner of Best Design / UX in the UK App Awards 2020!
Improper e-waste management is having serious impacts on our environment, and if not addressed soon, will have major negative consequences for future generations. It is also fueling a darker industry that is impacting some of the world’s most vulnerable individuals.
Purchasing refurbished devices is a simple way to save money and become more sustainable. However, many are still hesitant to delve in to the greener world of refurbished IT due to concerns around quality.
If you have a load of end-of-life tech that you want to dispose of, it's important to find a provider who will ensure it is processed correctly, and not just dumped in landfill as e waste. Here are the key things to look out for when choosing a responsible IT recycling partner.
We’ve pulled together some great resources for teachers, that provide ideas of how they can celebrate Black History Month in schools, and highlight why it’s so important that Black history is represented and integrated in the curriculum throughout the whole year.
The e-waste concern had reached crisis-point long before the coronavirus struck. But as the pandemic has made us more dependent on technology than ever before, how will this impact the already rising e-waste figures? And what can we do to stop our tech habit from harming our ecosystem further?
As Recycle Week kicks off, we've pulled together some staggering facts and figures that highlight techs impact on the environment, and why IT recycling is so important.
Bringing together a mix of face-to-face and online teaching methods, blended learning offers a wide range of benefits for learners. It could also be the ideal strategy for education providers, to continue to safeguard students and faculty as they navigate the next phase of the pandemic.
Covid-19 drove a largescale shift toward home working. Although restrictions are easing, it's expected that many will to continue to work away from to office at least part of their week from now on, bringing us into a new age of true flexible working.