AMI (Asset Management Ireland Ltd)

AMI (Asset Management Ireland Ltd)

Unit 1, Mallusk View
Central Park Industrial Estate
Newtownabbey
BT36 4FR
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Keith Pryde or Philip McMichael

We offer a unique solution to the problem of securely disposing of your redundant PCs and other electrical equipment in an environmentally responsible and ethical manner.

Collection

We collect all types of PC and electrical equipment once they have reached the end of their useful life within client organisations. AMI hold an EHS Waste Carriers Licence, along with a Hazardous Waste Management site licence for their ATF recycling facility at Mallusk.

We provide and complete all necessary EHS Waste Transfer Consignment Notes on your behalf.

Security

The key service we provide is data-wiping. The importance of information security and the ‘Duty of Care’ that responsible organisations have towards their employees and clients is core to our business. The organisations we work with are required by the Data-Protection Act to ensure the information is removed properly once they dispose of the equipment.

Deleting information or formatting the hard disk is simply not enough. We use two accredited methods to do this, one is software based and the other hardware based; these are guaranteed to remove all traces of information from the equipment to meet UK Government standards.

We retain a record of all work carried out and provide a detailed report plus a ‘Certificate of Destruction’ back to the organisation.

Re-Use

Once the I.T. equipment has been processed, AMI can often re-market suitable equipment to provide reuse and even gain some revenue for the client.

AMI have recently been appointed as Northern Ireland’s first ever “Microsoft Authorised Refurbisher” (MAR). This enables us to provide refurbished computers to registered charities at a very low cost.

Recycling

For redundant equipment or non-working equipment AMI provide a full recycling service, which meets the European Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) which became fully implemented in the UK on 1st July 2007. The WEEE Regulations apply to all businesses as well as voluntary and public sector organisations.

AMI are now an EHS Approved Authorised Treatment Facility (AATF) for all categories of redundant electronics and can provide assistance in complying with the WEEE Regulations.

AMI collect and recycle all categories of B2B and B2C Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). This includes

  • PC Computer Systems, Laptops & Servers
  • Monitors & TVs
  • Printers, Copiers & Scanners
  • Network Equipment & UPS /Battery Systems
  • Phone Systems, Fax Machines
  • Microwaves, Kettles, Fridges, Freezers & Chillers
  • Electrical office equipment, electrical tools & test equipment
  • Fluorescent Tubes & lighting equipment

Discounts

NICVA Members are offered a discount on AMI’s data removal & recycling services. For an estimate please contact Keith Pryde or Philip McMichael at AMI on 028 9084 4400.

 

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Business

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  • Dervilia Kernaghan