Jamie’s Computers is a Southampton and Hampshire based computer recycling social enterprise that provides a complete computer decommissioning solution to businesses replacing their hardware. Our service includes data destruction, reuse and computer recycling. We’re registered with the Environment Agency as an Authorised Treatment Facility and can guarantee compliance with regulations, including the WEEE Directive, Duty of Care and Data Protection Act.
We have over 10 years experience of handling computers at end-of-life and provide solutions to major companies, SMEs and educational establishments.
Our customers include:
We can arrange a collection from the majority of places in the South please fill in our contact form and we will assist you if you have any queries. We may ask for a contribution towards transportation costs for locations outside of Hampshire.
If you would like to arrange a collection. please fill out our contact form
Your business can get tax relief if it makes a gift of equipment or trading stock to a charity or Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC). By using Jamie's for your IT disposal you will be able to reduce the taxable profits your business makes by the value of the IT equipment donated, because we are a charity. Using Jamie's Computers means you'll pay less tax. This applies whether you're in business as a sole trader, a partnership or a company.
All equipment donated to us that contains a hard drive is carried in our own vehicle back to our warehouse where all residual information is completely erased. This is done by the use of Tabernus erasure software, a product which is tested and approved by the UK Government Agency CESG, to the Infosec 5 standard. Data destruction offers advantages over physical destruction as it allows equipment to be reused and refurbished thus giving it a second life. Hard-drives that are faulty or cannot be wiped of data are destroyed. This service is free of charge
WEEE Directive and Duty of Care
We also offer free computer recycling to the public. Individuals and business can drop off equipment free of charge opening hours are Monday - Thursday between 9am and 5pm and on a Friday between 9am - 4:30pm.
There is parking available and we can help you to unload your vehicle. Click here to view a map.
Not only do we provide low cost computers to underprivileged people, our enterprise also offers support to socially excluded adults within our community. Refurbishing your unwanted equipment enables us to create work based training and voluntary opportunities for vulnerable people.
Jamie’s Computers is the perfect fit for Corporate Social Responsibility programmes. By combining IT refurbishment and computer recycling with training and development for socially excluded adults, Jamie’s is a unique organisation that offers both environmental and social benefits to local people and the wider community.
We will take the following items FREE OF CHARGE for all business:
We accept other hardware such as printers, scanners, fax machines, and CRT monitors. However due to recycling costs, we now charge £3.00 (vat inclusive) per CRT monitor collected and £36.00 per collection of UPS’s. we would also charge £36.00 per collection of any heavy two man lift equipment, for example, photocopiers..
(Please note that we are not registered to accept televisions.)
We are a Microsoft Approved Refurbisher and we reuse as many computers as possible. Our team of technicians refurbish the equipment we receive to a high standard and make them available for reuse. Anyone can buy from us and our prices are kept low so that under-privileged individuals and charities can afford them - people who may not otherwise have had access to a computer. Please go to sales for more information about the packages we offer.
We take full liability for the equipment we receive and refurbish.
Only computers that cannot be refurbished are sent on to be recycled by an Environment Agency registered company (within the UK) who also work to a high standard.
Reusing a computer is up to 20 times better for the environment than breaking it up and recycling it.* Manufacturing new computers uses energy, fossil fuels and finite resources whereas prolonging the life of a computer is the best way to reduce the carbon footprint of IT.