Camara Computer Collection Drop-off Point (12th July, 2017)

Free Computer Recycling Drop-Off Point (Camara) on Wednesday 12th July

Wednesday 12th July from 10-1pm

18 Distillery Rd, NUI Galway (Beside Security).

PCs are recorded and a certificate of wiping of its hard drive will be provided by Camara. Computers are used in Education in Africa.

If you are available to volunteer between 10am and 1pm, please let us know by emailing camara@compsoc.ie and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

Usable Desktop Computers, Flat Screen Monitors, USB Keyboards and USB Mice are welcome.

Please note CRT monitors, printers and projectors are not accepted.

 

For more information:

http://camara.org/give-computers/

https://www.facebook.com/nuigcompsoc

More information:

  • Each hard drive is erased using a US Department of Defence (DoD 5220.22-M) and NIST 800-88 compliant program that operates on a firmware level, making it impossible to retrieve any data.
  • If the hard drive fails during wipe it is physically removed, degaussed and crushed.
  • Data destruction service can alternatively be provided at customer’s site location for more than 50 Hard Drives.

Camara Computer Collection Drop-off Point (6th June, 2017)

Free Computer Recycling Drop-Off Point (Camara) on Tuesday 6th June

Tuesday 6th June from 10-2pm

18 Distillery Rd, NUI Galway (Beside Security).

PCs are recorded and a certificate of wiping of its hard drive will be provided by Camara. Computers are used in Education in Africa.

If you are available to volunteer between 10am and 2pm, please let us know by emailing camara@compsoc.ie and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

Usable Desktop Computers, Flat Screen Monitors, USB Keyboards and USB Mice are welcome.

Please note CRT monitors, printers and projectors are not accepted.

 

For more information:

http://camara.org/give-computers/

https://www.facebook.com/nuigcompsoc

More information:

  • Each hard drive is erased using a US Department of Defence (DoD 5220.22-M) and NIST 800-88 compliant program that operates on a firmware level, making it impossible to retrieve any data.
  • If the hard drive fails during wipe it is physically removed, degaussed and crushed.
  • Data destruction service can alternatively be provided at customer’s site location for more than 50 Hard Drives.