SLS is helping customers to recover and redeploy their used semiconductors, along with other processors and memory. This reduces the carbon footprint.
By making a collective decision to put sustainability at the forefront of agendas, data centers are becoming the instigators of change in their industry.
Sims Lifecycle Services joined other Dutch Data Center Association members during National Data Center Day for tours at BIT and ITB2 facilities.
Sims Limited’s purpose, create a world without waste to preserve our planet, drives our employees globally to constantly innovate to offer new solutions in metal, electronics and municipal recycling, and renewable energy.
SLS attended techUk’s Glasgow reception during Glasgow’s COP26 which brought together 200 stakeholders for informal networking and discussions.
SLS presented our strategy for delivering industry-leading reuse and recycling services for co-located, hyperscale and edge data centers.
To facilitate our global solution, SLS has built a robust subcontractor network to complement our own operational footprint.
View Business Insider video showcasing how Sims Lifecycle Services recycles computers and electronics. The video was recorded at our Nashville, Tennessee facility.
SLS is thrilled to be hitting the road to meet our colleagues and clients, face to face, once again. With safety protocols in place, we hope you will join us at these conferences and exhibitions in the coming months.
IT asset management (ITAM) refers to a disciplined approach to how assets are purchased, installed, moved, managed and tracked within your live environment. When assets are removed from the live environment, many companies apply similar rigor to tracking retired assets. This includes how and when assets are retired, redeployed, sold or recycled and how data…