Circular Computing receives BSI Kitemark certification

Circular Computing has been awarded the BSI Kitemark certification for its Circular Remanufacturing Process.

The certification recognises Circular Computing’s expertise in not only driving the sustainable IT agenda forward, but also fundamentally changes the perception of remanufactured hardware – ultimately proving that remanufactured products are as good as new and consistent in quality.

Steve Haskew, Head of Sustainability, Circular Computing said: The BSI Kitemark milestone isn’t just a win for Circular Computing, it’s a moment that the industry at large should celebrate as it signifies a shift in the perception of remanufactured laptops. We’ve been working on bringing this achievement to fruition for quite a while, so we’re thrilled to finally be able to share the news at our virtual event, which united our valued partners and clients and stimulated discussions about the future of our industry.”

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Further to the increased demand, we’re also seeing the dividends of our multi-year investments into advanced systems and business automation as we continue to record double digit growth despite the global product supply constraints.”

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