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Sustainability challenge sees commercial and charitable hardware reuse on the rise
This article is part of the Computer Weekly issue of 23 August 2022
Support for the circular economy is growing, with The Royal Mint buying remanufactured Lenovo laptops certified under a BSI Kitemark scheme and Govia Thameslink Railway donating used computers to charity.
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BSI Kitemark for laptops supplied by Circular Computing intended to certify remanufactured products that are ‘as good as’ brand new devices