Jon Selby will be representing Tier 1 at the CIPS north west branch event on 19th March at Lymm Hotel.
CIPS is the premier global organisation serving the procurement and supply profession. Dedicated to promoting best practice, CIPS provides a wide range of services for the benefit of members and the wider business community.
Our presentation will consider the added social value that procurement professionals can obtain for their organisations when sourcing a disposal partner, in addition to considering the impact of legislation such as WEEE and Data Protection. Delegates will discover how the disposal of WEEE, in particular data bearing equipment, is governed by numerous pieces of conflicting legislation and how the industry is inextricably tied to environmental issues and the ethical concerns that businesses have when deciding what to do with their old computer hardware.
If you work in procurement and want to discover how the Tier 1 IT disposal service can add value to your business, or even find out what happens to your PC at the end of its life under your desk and how it can end up changing lives, contact Claire Hall on at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01780 761554
The event will be held on 19th March, starting at 6.30pm at :
Tier 1 Asset Management Ltd
59 Stanley Road, Whitefield, Manchester, United Kingdom M45 8GZ