Global warming is a clear and present threat to humanity and some of the evident effects have already taken place such as the continuous rise in temperatures and sea levels which have severely affected many species. Efforts to slow down the pervasive effects of ongoing climate change are spearheaded by non-profit organisations worldwide with emphasis on education, alternative solutions and active participation of local governments.
In support of this advocacy, our company takes conscious effort by offering alternative sustainable solutions and environment-friendly products to various market sectors. Through our recycling solutions arm, EPC (Electronic waste, Photovoltaic, Carbon) provides effective solutions in recycling electronic waste, solar photovoltaic panels, carbon components and IT asset management.
Along with collaborative partnerships, experience within electronic & PV waste recycling and disposal give us a competitive advantage in a booming industry sector. With a multi-dimensional business model, we are consistently embracing all aspects to ensure no landfill waste and eliminate e-waste and solar PV panel dumping which is foreseen to be the problem of tomorrow.
Secure Data Destruction is an important base to cover when disposing IT assets. The advent of Cloud Computing and Big Data poses new challenges for privacy protection and avoiding data leakages. Our data is being shared with more devices on a daily basis as a result of cloud computing and it is vital during disposition to wipe all relevant data to protect against cyber theft or misuse of information.
To help protect individuals and organisations from privacy and data breaches, new amendments to the Privacy Protection Act 1988 have been enacted. On 12th March 2014, the Office of Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) began enforcing a harmonised set of 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APP's) with harsh penalties for privacy and data breaches.
Common electronic communication devices are items often overlooked as a source of data leakages. These devices may contain confidential information which may be result in a data or privacy breach if not properly disposed.
Through EPC, AICA enables you to derive the best remaining value on your redundant assets through its extensive channel of global secondary markets for pre-owned and ex-lease equipment.
We ensure that your data is securely destroyed beyond any forensic recovery. In addition, you have zero liability and complied with all environmental laws.
AICA provides asset redeployment services to various businesses and clients. It involves equipment collection, data deletion, operating system update and restocked and tagged as new asset.
We have skilled technician to ensure these are refurbished, repaired and packed before redeployment.
We provide all transportation and logistics support for your assets. Our fully operational laboratory is our testing ground for your devices to check the functionality of your assets prior to deployment. Repair services can be provided for any non working or faulty device ensuring you get the best value once they are ready for resale.
An emerging trend in process solutions is finding new ways to maximize profits through green initiatives. The capability of AICA to refurbish equipment - from individual products to entire systems – proves to be a valuable option to reduce expenditures and implement environment-friendly operations.
Refurbished equipment refers to the renovation and upgrade of old, out-dated, or minimally defective equipment. Our accredited technicians can take your equipment and perform various repairs, part replacement, reassembly and upgrades while completely maintaining or enhancing the original identity and functionality of your device.
Australians are among the highest users of new technology in the world and purchase over 2.4 million computers every year. This makes electronic waste a growing problem. Computers are ideal for recycling due to their large volumes, and good resource recovery potential for non-renewable resources like tin, nickel, zinc and copper.