New life for old computers

A SALESMAN from Worle has set up a unique business that recycles unwanted computer equipment to charitable groups and families.

A SALESMAN from Worle has set up a unique business that recycles unwanted computer equipment to charitable groups and families.

Richard Niblett, aged 44, founded Re:store Personal Computer Solutions late last year and is searching for companies who have unwanted computer equipment.

The father-of-one said: "It costs businesses a lot to dispose of their computer supplies so it tends to collect in store rooms.

"With a little time and attention many of these computers can be given a new life and provide basic computer facilities to families on a low income or charitable groups that would otherwise be unable to afford one.


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"These families and groups are the very people that could gain most from owning a computer, such as job searching or helping with a child's education.

"It also saves the equipment from being disposed of in landfills.

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"I can provide a system for under �150, and this can include installation and setup if required."

Richard, who also works as a salesman for a motorhomes company, will collect the equipment for free from companies that have unwanted computer equipment.

His solutions company also provides repair and training services.

For more details visit www.restorepcs.co.uk or email mail@restorepcs.co.uk

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