Our Client:

Contracted by Fasset on behalf of Southern Water. Southern Water are the largest water supplier in the south. They recycle 718 million litres of wastewater every single day.

The challenge?

Relocating furniture is all in a days work, then being requested to use our IT knowledge and experience in installing IT workstations to over 100 desks at short notice, was a challenge we dutifully accepted. After we’d relocated 2 x 7.5 tonne truck loads from Southern Water’s store in Brighton to their HQ in Worthing, we were then asked to install some IT. The IT consisted of 100 x 23” monitors, 2 for each desk along with keyboard and mice which were all brand new and encased in triple packaging of cellophane, cardboard and plastic ties. The team organised themselves quickly into unpackers and installers with one recycling the packaging.

The solution?

Having mobilised a team of skilled IT installers, we set about ensuring the client received a first class service. Cable management is an important element of any install, ensuring no loose connections, no trip hazards and making sure it looks neat and tidy. Removing all waste packaging from site and having an ethical recycling solution is 2nd nature to us. Cardboard is first graded into reuse and then recycle. We used the monitor boxes to package used monitors which we sell in our recycled assets store www.recycledassets.co.uk and to package other items we sell. Cellophane packs are used onsite to contain screws from dismantle jobs and the remaining packaging is then shipped to our recycling partners as raw material for new boxes.

The end result is a tried and trusted approach which solves several problems for any company such as transportation, correct handling of furniture, skilled resource for IT install and removal and ethical recycling of used packaging and furniture. We’ve delivered this service to many customers over the last few years and we continue to receive excellent feedback and repeat business.

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