What is a circular economy

A circular economy is a system in which no finite raw materials (such as oil, gas, ore and coal) are exhausted and within which products, parts and residues are reused. In creating a circular economy we will throw away less and repair, reuse or recycle more. This prevents damage to the environment.

The opposite of this circular system is a linear economy, wherein finite resources are depleted and end up in the environment as unusable waste. The consequences of this system are becoming increasingly visible. That is why more and more companies are now investing in a circular economy.

Circular IT

Circular IT products make a positive contribution to the economy, innovation and the environment. An example of a positive impact on the environment is extending the life of IT hardware, thereby reducing the loss of natural raw materials, pollution and waste and lowering the CO2 footprint. IT4Sale works according to a circular IT system, to properly manage and optimise the reuse of technical materials. IT4Sale hereby follows its mission, namely the creation of a sustainable living environment.


IT equipment can often be reused. The equipment is checked, renovated, cleaned and made ready for sale again. These are our refurbished products.


When equipment can no longer be used, we reuse the parts which still can be.


We separate and sort the parts that cannot be reused and offer these to a certified company, which converts the parts into raw materials for the manufacturing of new products. This is how we maintain the circle.