The volume of discarded electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) has increased significantly over the years and as such, we have grown our fleet and trained our crews to handle the diverse collection and disposal of components of the IT and Medical Industries.
Environmental management is a high profile critical issue for organisations across all sectors. Responsible and sustainable approaches to waste management and the recycling or reuse of redundant equipment are key.
As part of Bishopsgate’s environmental concern and commitment, as waste carriers, we offer total logistical solutions to help you gain the most value from your waste and obsolete items, whilst we ensure goods are disposed of ethically and transparently.
Bishopsgate’s end to end solution is responsible, sustainable and transparent. Both inside within our secure controlled and safe warehousing environment and outside we track all activity to help comply the most strict audit requirements. Our processes are environmentally safe, meet ISO 14001 standards and comply with the WEEE directive. We hold a waste carrier’s licence and track all material movements to help comply with audit requirements.
We can scan serial numbers into cages into trucks. You now have complete UK visibility of your products across the whole of the supply chain. If your business wants to have confidence that their partners operate to the highest industry standards which reflect current best practice for handling data carrying assets. Bishopsgate were one of the UK founding logistics members of the ADISA organisation.
Bishopsgate are experts in handling the physical recovery of customer assets from their point of use back to secure storage locations. We maintain rigorous security procedures and ‘security cleared’ staff are available at varying degrees of conformity.
Bishopsgate can guarantee full data destruction on any storage media with complete traceability during the described process, if required.
Bishopsgate now offers this service across the whole of Europe too via its TENESO Europe SE network but managed centrally from the UK.