Safely Decommission and Recyle unused Computers, Laptops, PC's and Monitors - Melbourne Australia



Windows 7 - Learn more about how we can help you effectively decommission your PCs.
Learn more about how we can help you effectively decommission your PCs.

Reboot-IT provides a cost-effective and safe solution for PC disposal.

Recycle your old PCs and help make technology affordable for others.

When you upgrade your technology systems, how do you dispose of the surplus PCs that are no longer needed by your organization? They might not be of use to you, but they can still hold value for others.

Because used PCs often contain sensitive corporate data, you may be uncomfortable when decommissioning them. Yet throwing away reusable PCs contributes to waste and prevents them from being used by new owners. A way to solve these issues is to contact Reboot-IT, a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher.

We will properly decommission your PCs by following stringent Australian data-wiping standards. Then we will refurbish the PCs so instead of ending up in a landfill, these viable PCs will be supplied to businesses, schools, nonprofits, government programs, and other eligible customers that need access to the benefits of technology that they cannot currently afford.

We provide you with benefits.

Working with us can help you:

1
Protect corporate data.
Disposing of PCs through a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher helps to protect your valuable business data. Because we are required to meet government standards for data removal, you can feel safer knowing that your data has been removed.
 
2
Demonstrate environmental leadership by decreasing e-waste.
You are helping to advocate reuse and decrease waste by keeping your old, but usable, PCs out of landfills, reducing waste and environmental impact.
 
3
Provide PCs to organizations and communities in need around the world.
You are helping to supply PCs that will be refurbished and provided to businesses, schools, nonprofits, and other eligible customers who cannot afford new computers.
 


What is the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program?

Microsoft created the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program to increase the number of affordable and usable PCs across the globe. To accomplish this, organizations supply refurbishers with decommissioned PCs that may otherwise have been destined for a landfill. These PCs are refurbished by Microsoft Registered Refurbishers and then preinstalled with genuine Microsoft software and made available to businesses, schools, nonprofits, and other eligible customers who cannot currently afford new computers. To date, there are over 1,000 Microsoft Registered Refurbishers in more than 60 countries around the world.

To ensure your used PCs are properly decommissioned, all Microsoft Registered Refurbishers go through a thorough application process and Microsoft reviews and confirms the validity of each application before granting Microsoft Registered Refurbisher status.

In order to maintain this status, Microsoft:

1
Requires that Microsoft Registered Refurbishers submit regular reports about the computers they supply through the program and that they undergo audits.
 
2
Investigates any reports of license infringement.
 
Changing lives around the world.

Microsoft Registered Refurbishers worldwide are impacting the lives of thousands of deserving people:

  • Reboot-IT has supplied schools and organizations in third world countries providing children access to computers which otherwise would not be attainable.

  • In Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Council of Social Service has worked with the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong government to provide refurbished PCs to disadvantaged students.

  • In the United States, Operation Homelink supplies low-income military families with computers so they can keep in touch with loved ones overseas.

  • In the United Kingdom, Digital Links International has worked with more than 300 companies to recycle and refurbish computers and, as a result, has provided 1.5 million people in many of the world’s poorest countries with their first access to technology.

  • In Singapore, members of the Disabled People’s Association of Singapore refurbish PCs to supply to others within the disabled community.