Steve Mellings, the founder of ADISA commented “This is a major achievement not only for ADISA but also for all our members. They are not required to hold ADISA Certification but do so to benefit their customers in a number of ways not least with their own compliance projects.”
John Atkins, IT Lifecycle Management Account Director at Bell Integration said “ADISA’s award only heightens our visibility and reputation for delivering a secure asset disposal service, which is fully compliant with waste directives, legal regulations and compliance schemes. If your business wants to have confidence that partners are operating to the highest industry standards, look for ADISA Certification to give you reassurance.”
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With much uncertainty and understandable concern surrounding the current Coronavirus crises, Bell Integration would like to communicate the following message to our valued community. As of Thursday, 19th March, we are:
Open for business and operating as usual.
All Bell employees are present for work, either working from home or from Bell office locations.
Our warehouses in Portsmouth and Wokingham are fully operational.
Our recycling vehicles are continuing to carry out IT Recycling and Data Destruction of Legacy IT equipment.
On a day-to-day basis, we are updating contingency planning in preparation for possible further circumstances.
Please be assured that we are taking precautionary measures to minimise and contain any risk of contagion with the health of our employees and are following guidance and advice from Government.