A Socially and Environmentally Responsible Way to Dispose of IT

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Anja ffrench, Computer Aid International, Director of Marketing & Comms

About this talk

Anja is responsible for marketing and communications at UK charity Computer Aid International. Before working at Computer Aid, Anja worked at CRISP a sustainable development charity in London, where she worked on a computer reuse project. Prior to this she worked for the Resource Alliance, a charity helping to build the fundraising capacity of the voluntary sector worldwide. Anja holds an MSc in development Studies from the University of London. A socially and environmentally responsible way to dispose of IT How to be both socially responsible and environmentally friendly when upgrading your IT equipment Why reusing is far better for the environment than recycling How to ensure WEEE compliance and legal liabilities How to guarantee full data removal How you can benefit from positive PR and CSR from your unwanted IT equipment

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