December 9, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
IBM PC 5150 computer
The Safe Electronic Equipment Disposal (SEED) program provides the best option for getting rid of old and unwanted University-owned equipment containing data storage, including computers, mobile devices, portable drives, and hard drives. The UNH recycling vendor is certified in data protection and wiping to meet the requirements of the University System of New Hampshire policy.
You may also use SEED to dispose of University-owned equipment containing circuit...
February 18, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
The Safe Electronic Equipment Disposal (SEED) program provides for the disposal of University equipment containing data storage including computers, mobile devices, portable drives, and hard drives. The UNH recycling vendor is certified in data protection and wiping to meet the requirements of USNH policy so that the device owner need not wipe prior to equipment disposal.
All scheduled collections are on Tuesday. Requests to add equipment to a SEED collection must be submitted the previous...
November 13, 2018, by UNH IT Staff
Over the next several months, UNH is changing the way it sells, repairs, services, and disposes of its computers for students, faculty, and staff. This includes the closures of the UNH Computer Store and UNH Computer Repair Services, and the introduction of a new e-procurement system, and new service and repair models. Based on feedback, we have combined FAQs from previous communications into a single, master list for easier access and it will be updated on a regular basis. The FAQs...