Providing a secure, convenient and sustainable way of discarding end of life assets and giving them a second life to those really in need.
In a world where consumer goods, including technology, are constantly evolving, the demand for the latest tech is high among both businesses and individuals.
Technology is just one of the dormant goods just waiting to be given a second chance at life – and that’s where Circonomy comes in.
We’re on a mission to mobilise dormant technology and reduce the need for the production of new goods. Through our refurbishing, repairing, repurposing, reselling, and recycling initiatives, we’re creating opportunities for people to access essential devices like phones, tablets, laptops, printers, monitors, and more at affordable prices.
We partner with tech distributors to manage dormant products and provide refurbishment services to keep these goods in the economy.
Refurbished Tech Services We Offer:
- Customer Tech Returns Management
- Office Defit Asset Management
- Damaged Goods Repair
- Tech Recycle Drop Offs and Donations
Keeping products and materials in use for longer, at their
highest value, gives us the opportunity to increase the role of repair and
refurbishment before we look to recycling as a solution. We partnered with Brother International Australia (BIA) to offer high-quality refurbished Brother printers to customers. The pilot refurbishment program aims to extend the life
of select Brother products, reduce e-waste going to landfill, and offer affordable, high-quality options to customers.
“By offering high-quality refurbished products, we are not only
providing excellent value to our customers, but we are also
taking steps to reduce waste and help the planet.”
- Daniel O’Sullivan, Head of Sales at
Brother International Australia
The pilot refurbishment program aims to extend the life of
select Brother products, reduce e-waste going to landfill, and offer
affordable, high-quality options to customers. BIA will evaluate the pilot
program's learnings to strengthen and expand the initiative by 2025.