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Webinar Getting the IT Sector Ready for New UK Sustainability Policies

On Thursday 3rd February our Head of Sustainability, Steve Haskew, was joined by Adam Turner, HMG Sustainable Technology Lead for DEFRA, and Grant Morley, Climate Change and Sustainability Lead for the UK MOD as they discussed the new UK sustainability policies.  Aligning with the UK’s sustainability policies is a major shift that all public entities …

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Schools Set For Zero Carbon

“Schools Set for Carbon Zero” is the latest tagline flooding the education system when it comes to how teaching bodies can have a positive effect on the environment. The ‘Let’s Go Zero’ campaign reaches far beyond the school gates; it calls upon teachers, students, governors, and parents to get involved, arming them with the knowledge …

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Disposing of Terms Like 'Waste' for a Sustainable World

Steve Haskew, Head of Sustainability at Circular Computing™, says the definition suggests there is nothing of value left in waste when it is discarded. The Earth’s resources are finite. Since the turn of the millennium, the world has been using its natural resources at an alarmingly fast rate. Through increased consumption the global material footprint …

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Penny Mourdant MP Says Governments Can’t Do This by Themselves

Penny Mordaunt, Minister of State at the Department for Trade and Industry is passionate about the sustainability opportunities Circular Computing™ provide for the wider industry. Not only have Circular Computing created a new sustainable way to buy technology but are, in Penny’s words, driving the industry to “pull their socks up too.”  Penny recognises clarity is required around what organisations should be doing to drive meaningful change, and how businesses don’t always actively think about what …

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Chief Scientific Adviser for DIT Applauds Remanufacturing Kitemark

Mike Short, Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department of International Trade and Industry, HM Government, takes a view on the improved attitude towards sustainability in life and business, and how critical it is to recycle and protect our resources.  As Mike Short himself states: “We only have one planet and our resources are very precious, it’s very …

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Google’s Matt Brittin on Kitemark Announcement Delivering Crucial Trust

It’s becoming essential for our technology to have zero impact on the environment, as well as being accessible for all, particularly in times of crisis, such as lockdown. Ensuring children can connect to schools for learning, for example, is critical.  At Circular Computing, our remanufactured technology helps make technology more accessible by offering more affordable laptops, while also reducing the …

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Ingram Micro

Major IT reseller and Circular Computing sustainability partner, Ingram Micro, have highlighted the increase in commitment to longer term sustainability goals for businesses, as well as their responsibility to echo this commitment through their supply chain. Industries are paying more attention to matters beyond profit, considering environmental and social issues. Generation Z are being granted a greater …

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Getting The IT Sector Ready For New UK Sustainability Policies

Join our free online event on Thursday 3rd February at 11am GMT as we discuss the latest Government IT sustainability policies and what’s required to support the IT sector from now on. We’re excited to announce that we’ll be joined by guest speakers, Grant Morley, Climate Change and Sustainability Lead, MOD and Adam Turner, HMG …

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