PwC Going Circular - reusing and recycling electronic technology

July 6, 2017
PwC's reuse or recycle 100% of their old IT equipment and mobile phones. Working with partners they first try to refurbish and resell equipment which is more efficient than recycling. Through doing so they generate over half a million pounds a year in revenue. Equipment that cannot be reused is recycling ensuring nothing goes to landfill. Find out about how PwC are going circular, and adopting the principles of the circular economy. At its heart the circular economy is one in which materials are kept in circulation for as long as possible. Allowing them to be used again and again. Find out more about the work PwC are doing in this area - https://www.pwc.co.uk/goingcircular PwC are part of Business in the Community's Circular Economy Taskforce delivering a high impact programme bringing the circular economy to life - https://www.bitc.org.uk/campaigns-programmes/leadership-teams/circulareconomytaskforce #circulareconomy
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