NOT JUST A REPAIR
IT IS THE SUSTAINABLE CHOICE
Every day we strive to become more sustainable. We are working towards becoming a greener and more sustainable company than we were yesterday. We want to set the standard for how a company in our industry can act responsibly in relation to the environment.
WE HAVE THE NORDIC SWAN ECOLABEL
The Techsave technology is certified as environmentally friendly. Our business model is entirely circular and we work hard every day to save as many liquid damaged laptops and smartphones as possible.
Being certified with the Nordic Swan Ecolabel means that we live up to a set of strict criteria which are continuously revised. All Nordic Techsave partners are certified as well and this is your assurance that your device is cleaned in the most sustainable way possible.
Read more about the Ecolabel here.
AND A CLEAR
CIRCULAR BUSINESS STRATEGY
CIRCULAR ECONOMY FOCUS
Our entire corporate strategy aims to extend the life of liquid-damaged electronic devices.
By combining water and Nordic Swan Eco-labelled soap in a patented process, we bring liquid-damaged electronics back to life.
WE SORT WHAT WE CAN’T SAVE
When we clean a laptop or smartphone that turns out to be damaged beyond repair, we ensure that it is disassembled and reused after sorting.
Smartphones and computers contain critical raw materials, and the extraction and processing of these is a significant environmental strain. The processes cause large amounts of CO2 emissions, drain the Earth’s natural resources, and destroy natural areas.
We make sure to sort the e-waste so it can be recycled and used for new products. The more we can divide the electronics into fractions, the better we can recycle each metal from the device.
WE REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF E-WASTE
We work hard every day to reduce the massive amount of electronic waste worldwide.
Since 2007 and until today, we have cleaned +25,000 liquid-damaged laptops and smartphones. When we save a device, we extend its life up to several years and save the environment from between 60-400 kg CO2 per unit.