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Financial and corporate aspects with recycling v greener ict

  1. 1. Green ICT Lifecyclefrom Cradle to Greene Grave Financial and Corporate Aspects with Recycling .. ICT By Ahmed Buhazza
  2. 2. What is your approach for electronic/ICTdispatching? • ICT Service Life • Wider risk • Value out of disposal
  3. 3. ICT Service Life…
  4. 4. ICT procured equipments Electronic Spendings in Bahrain (2009) AV devices Computer 37% hardware 48% Notebook account for about 60% of Computer Sales Mobile handset 15%Source: Bahrain Consumer Electronics Report Q1 2011 - Source: National Audit Office survey and analysis – UK Business Monitor International (December 2010) 2005-06 (million of Units)http://www.reportlinker.com/p0169782/Bahrain-Consumer- Electronics-Report-Q1.html
  5. 5. The average age of ICT equipment at disposalSource: National Audit Office survey and analysis – UK 2005-06 (million of Units)
  6. 6. ICT Age Factors Brand, Equipment Quality & Configuration Supplier Support and Spare parts availability Warranty Period Software/System update, version Requirements User & Business Demands Usage, Carefulness, Damages
  7. 7. Asset LifecycleSource: Phillip J. Windley (2002)
  8. 8. Benefits of Asset Management System & Refresh Period• Inventory Control• Total Cost of Ownership• Software License Compliance• Operational Monitoring and Control• Decision Making about IT Resource Deployment• Zero-day Employee Provisioning• Standardization and Compliance• More Informed Purchasing• Business Resumption Reducing operating costs (10%-40% cost savings of operating cost) Source: National Audit Office survey and analysis – UK 2007
  9. 9. Minimize Total Cost of Ownership•Dispose before end of life•End of Warranty•Buy-Back before End of Life IT is a Business Decision
  10. 10. Wider Risk…in Disposal
  11. 11. IC T equipment life-cycle Procurement  Disposal Source: National Audit Office survey and analysis – UK 2007
  12. 12. Final Destination!• Landfill: The burial of waste in regulated disposal facilities.
  13. 13. Waste RefuseZeroWaste SA’s waste management hierarchy www.zerowaste.sa.gov.au
  14. 14. Disposal options IT conforms to the European Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) to dispose of its IT equipment. Source: National Audit Office survey and analysis – UK 2007
  15. 15. Refining Methods• Clear – use software or hardware products to overwrite storage space on the media with non-sensitive data.• Purge – Degaussing is exposing the magnetic media to a strong magnetic field in order to disrupt the recorded magnetic domains.• Destroy – Disintegration, Pulverization, Melting, and Incineration – Shredding.
  16. 16. Legislation•Environmental Protection •The Environmental Act (1994), Section 34: Duty of care and The Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulations 1991 •Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005) •Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations (2006)•Electrical Safety •The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 •The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974•Data Protection & Security •Data Protection Act (1998) •Official Secrets Act (1989)
  17. 17. Challenges with e-waste• Lack of legislation on the control of second hand electrical/electronic goods;• Inadequate awareness and public education on the dangers associated with the environmentally sound management of e‐waste;• Absence of national infrastructure for formal recycling;• Inadequate public‐private partnerships in e‐waste control;• Poor corporate responsibility by the industry;• Weak global and regional response to e‐waste issues.
  18. 18. Value out of Disposal…
  19. 19. Generate Better Value• Smart Aging (Refresh Period) Avoid the time when – to have no value; – Define the optimum age for your corporate disposal (3 to 5 – to be unserviceable or beyond years) economical repair; or – Consider Reducing the costs of resale and increasing resale – that the disposal cost is higher than the likely return. revenues; – Dispose whenever is practical and cost effective – Contract for buy-back “revenue sharing”, “zero-cost” or “at cost”,• Smart ICT Procurement Effective ICT Asset – Awareness of the longer life items and commercial market values Management and for used equipments Disposal Policy
  20. 20. Avoid the Wider Risk• Environmental Protection Consider the use of – Awareness about relevant legislation environmentally sustainable – Oversight of the disposal agents’ practices methods of destruction/recycling.• Data protection and security – Oversight of Data wiping standard – Oversight over approaches being used by the disposal agent• Electrical safety Check – ICT equipments before resale or donation
  21. 21. Be Innovative - 50:50 Scheme Value Employee RecoveredYear 0 100% 25% 25% Employee Financial Motivation RewardYear 1 67% 12.5% 37.5%Year 2 33% 12.5% 50%Year 3 0% 0% 0% Operational Environment• It is Optional Excellence Protection• Careful Usage  Longer Service Life• Faster Refresh Period
  22. 22. Replace Cost by Benefits Cost Benefits Cost Benefits“Problems can become opportunities when the right people come together.” Robert South
  23. 23. Achieve Sustainable Environment
  24. 24. ‫‪Educate & rehabilitate‬‬ ‫‪young people‬‬ ‫‪Specialized Technical‬‬ ‫‪Training‬‬ ‫توفير برنامج تعليمي متخصص‬ ‫يبني قدرتهم على مباشرة مثل‬ ‫هذه اإلعمال.‬ ‫‪Caliber‬‬ ‫‪Development‬‬ ‫‪Practical Program‬‬‫‪Recruitment Channel‬‬ ‫‪Strategy‬‬ ‫تدريب الشباب من خالل عمل‬‫التعاون مع المؤسسات لتوظيفهم‬ ‫حقيقي يشرف عليه متخصصون‬‫أو توفير فرص عمل مؤقتة لهم‬ ‫في المجال ويعود عليهم بالفائدة‬ ‫بدوام كلي أو جزئي‬ ‫العلمية والعملية.‬ ‫‪100 Trainee in a year‬‬
  25. 25. E-Waste Scale
  26. 26. Focused Team Awareness Advisory Board Training Recycle Continuouspersistence and commitment
  27. 27. Practical Part Center in BahrainIncubator Company Proper Reuse/R Refurbis Collectio Awaren Working Storing ecycle/D hment n ess Groups isposal
  28. 28. Awareness Plan Recycle iT’s web portal Facebook Fan Page & Ads Media & News paper articlesPrintings News Pamphlets and brochures Awareness and Project launch press conference and revision conference e-Waste Management Research Competition Innovative Recycle and Design Competition Electronic Awareness HotSpotsRadio & TV Channels Creative Cartoons Competition Awareness Workshops e-Waste Collection Drives Periodic Newspaper Articles Malls & Public Television & Radio Advertisement Communities eGovernment Annual Awards & Certificates Recycling kit National Green IT and Recycling guide (Online & Printable) Internet Advertising Seminars & Exhibitions
  29. 29. Support Roles Distribution Project Management• Good Media Coordination• Word Awareness Channel in Exhibition• Human Capital Developments• Tamkeen Academic Institute PMEW Awareness Campaign• Awareness PartnersPrivate Sector Public Sector National Companies (Private Sector) Workshop • Advance Training• Sponsors Recycle IT Advance Training• Training Calibers NGOs Computer Donations• Donator International Institute
  30. 30. Thank youAll the Private, Public and Global organizations that contributing in supporting Recycle IT Project

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