Sell Your Used IT Equipment to EOL – and get the Maximum Return for your assets.
EOL have been buying back used IT equipment since 1996! We will offer you the best residual and trade in values, for your redundant, retired, legacy or even new and boxed IT equipment.
Whether you have recently undertaken a desktop refresh or you have just decommissioned a data centre, we will buy back your used IT equipment, including laptops, desktops, mobile phones, tablets, servers, HDDs, CPUs, memory and parts and any other IT hardware. We can offer you a return on 100s of different manufacturers – including Cisco, HP, Dell, Intel, IBM, Apple, Samsung, Lenovo and many many more!
Don’t just take our word for it – put us to the test!
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Tell us what you have
We will make you an offer – guaranteed against grading
We collect, test, process and grade your equipment
We pay you directly, and quickly
Looking to sell unwanted IT Assets?
The trade relationships we have built over many years means that we can achieve the best value return in the market and give you more revenue than anyone else in the sector!
Our specialist team will ensure you achieve the maximum residual value return for your assets. Don’t just take our word for it – put us to the test!
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We ensure you achieve maximum value for your Computer Equipment
To guarantee 100% data information security for your business and certified to UK Government NCSC and CPNI standards, with certificated proof of data erasure and destruction for every hard drive or data bearing asset, EOL ensure that your business remains compliant and secure.
Our services ensure all data is destroyed, adheres to industry standards and includes a full audit trail with itemised reporting – start to finish – thus ensuring a record of all items shredded, erased or degaussed and where they originated from is kept so that they can be traced for your own internal auditing information.
Server / Storage
- Net App
- Hanns G
- Apple iphones
Printer / Photocopier / Toner
- Konica Minolta
Hard Drives (HDDs/SSDs, Hybrid, SATA)
- Western Digital
Ensure that your data, is truly gone for good
We provide a wide range of Data Destruction services to guarantee 100% data information security for your business.
Providing services to UK Government NCSC standards, with certified proof of erasure and destruction for every HDD or data bearing asset. We will ensure your business remains compliant with the GDPR/Data Protection Act when disposing of your assets.
Committed and focussed on responsibly recycling
As the UK’s most accredited IT Asset Disposal organisations, you can be sure that by selling your used or nearly new IT assets to us, you are actively helping to support the environment and our vision, of a circular economy.
Our services are both environmentally friendly and fully compliant with the Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)) Regulations.
We have a strong Environmental Policy, ensuring compliance with all current relevant environmental legislation and work in partnership with staff and clients to help raise awareness of environmental issues and to make continuing improvements to our operations, always focusing on reducing our Carbon Footprint.
Do you buy parts?
We do – and we offer the best prices on the market.
Get a quote in 24 hours – we offer the best prices in the market for used, retired, redundant, nearly new or new and boxed IT.
We only utilise Blancco erasure software – NCSC approved to ensure your data security at all times
We promote re-use and resale rather than recycling – help the environment and release value back to your budget at the same time!
What are you waiting for?
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As the UK’s most accredited ITAD, EOL remains focussed on enhancing our resources, capabilities and compliance in line with evolving clients’ needs and changing legislative requirements.
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