Guest post from a computer recycling charity, Jamie's Computers.
Jamie’s Computers is the computer recycling social enterprise arm of The Society of St James; Southampton’s largest homeless charity, providing housing, care and support to homeless and vulnerable people.
Jamie's Computers offers a free professional and secure IT disposal service to businesses and individuals. We refurbish donated computers and make them available for reuse whilst anything that cannot be reused is recycled.
Through our free IT disposal and refurbishment services, Jamie’s is able to provide training and voluntary opportunities to socially excluded adults within the community.
We can arrange a business collection from anywhere in the South but will ask for a contribution towards transportation costs for locations outside of Hampshire.
The Society of St. James, 125 Albert Road South, Southampton, Hants. SO14 3FR
Phone: 023 8063 4596. Fax: 023 8033 9026. Web: http://www.ssj.org.uk/
A Company limited by guarantee and registered in England No. 3009700.
Housing Association No. LH4337. Registered Charity No. 1043664.
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