SAMS adapts its business operations to follow a Circular Economy system where the lifecycle of products, materials and resources are extended for as long as possible, by repairing, refurbishing, reusing and repurposing – before finally recycling the materials for sustainable recovery.

Remanufacturing and re-selling products reaps environmental and economic benefits as it saves on raw material costs while minimising emissions, energy consumption and residual waste.

SAMS has the operational capability to extract the maximum value from electronic products and components whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of each service life. Through selective product segregation and component extraction, and with in-house test/repair/refurbishment processes, we retain materials in a ‘closed-loop’ system, rather than being used once and then discarded.

We understand customers’ regulatory compliance requirements and continuously embrace new methods for both electronics upcycling and downcycling opportunities to present customised solutions that are sustainable for long-term Circular Economy growth.