ITAD means Information Technology Asset Disposition / Disposal, which refers to the processes involved in reusing (where possible), demanufacturing / harvesting parts from, or disposing IT assets in a responsible and sustainable manner

A key objective of ITAD is to reduce electronic wastage (E-Waste), which is estimated to reach a shocking 75 million tonnes by 2030

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ITAD processes include the proper handling of electronic waste (E-Waste), the destruction of data, and the refurbishment and reuse of IT equipment.

It is essential for organisations that are looking to dispose of their old or outdated IT assets while minimizing their environmental impact and ensuring data security.

The benefits of ITAD for our beautiful planet are significant: when IT equipment is not disposed of properly, it usually ends up in landfills where it can release harmful chemicals and toxins into the environment.

Electronic waste also contains valuable materials that can be reused, such as gold, silver, and copper, which reduces the need for mining and conserves natural resources.

Proper ITAD practices also ensure that sensitive data is securely erased, reducing the risk of data breaches and protecting individuals' privacy.