Recycling Office Equipment

OFFERS/Ex-IT is unique. Primarily set up to assist small businesses, voluntary sector organisations and London’s residents with the supply of reused office furniture and IT equipment. The project, initiated in 1996 has helped over 8000 people and organisations with the reuse and/or recycling of their office equipment.

OFFERS/Ex-IT collects surplus equipment from businesses within London and distributes the good quality items back into the capital – with a focus to help the voluntary sector and small businesses. Any equipment that is collected is safety tested and assessed for its reuse suitability. All items passed on come with a 3-6 month warranty and can be delivered direct to your door.

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The collection service runs Monday to Friday from 10am until 4pm and spans central London – carrying out the collections every weekday. The frequent collection service means that the project has a wide selection of ICT equipment and office furniture at all times. If you are looking for the perfect printer or monitor, one of the trained staff will be happy to help you.

OFFERS/Ex-IT acts as a main hub for reused office equipment to the voluntary and community sector within London, whilst acting as a collection service for businesses who wish to pass on their unwanted equipment to a good cause.

Lisa Pook of OFFERS/Ex-IT states “OFFERS/Ex-IT is going from strength to strength. It is becoming more and more important for London’s businesses to dispose of their waste in an environmentally and socially responsible manor. We have seen an increase in demand for the service over the past year or so, showing that London is becoming a cleaner, greener and more socially responsible city.”

Last year in Southwark alone (where are office is based) OFFERS/Ex-IT passed on 7228 items of equipment for reuse. The project is sponsored and run in partnership with the London Borough of Southwark, London Remade, Recycle for London, DEFRA / Business Reuse Fund and The Big Lottery Fund’s Community Recycling and Economic Development (CRED) Programme.

For further information on the project please contact Lisa on 0207 703 5222 or email

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