New computers recycling company launched

August 2002
Management Services;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p7
Academic Journal
Tassit has been established to provide solutions to address the difficulties that already exist for the business community and those that will result from the introduction of new legislation on the recycling of computer equipment in Great Britain. The Chippenham-based company will provide a range of redundant and retiring hardware solutions including certified secure data disposal and asset management supported by a series of refurbishment and recycling services. A trading division of recycling specialist Office Green, Tassit will be run by divisional manager Denis Newman.


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