ZeroNet Services is a logistics technology company currently launching a new household collection platform in Scotland. We have now launched our first pilot service in the city of Stirling, where we were supported by Zero Waste Scotland.
We are now planning to launch the technology across Scotland with the ultimate aim of rolling out the service to all of Scotland's 2.4m homes. Scotland plans to become a 'Zero Waste/Zero Carbon' economy by 2030 and we believe that the ZeroNet will help Scotland achieve that ambition.
The ZeroNet app allows householders to simply and quickly donate your unwanted items and have them collected from your home for free.
Make a contribution towards reducing the nearly 11 million tonnes of waste generated annually in Scotland, and support local businesses and charities to generate income, by turning potential waste into valuable resources – and all without leaving your home!
The ZeroNet will enable you to donate*:
o Desktops, laptops, printers, set-top boxes, monitors, digital cameras, tablets, flat-screen TVs, mobile phones, gaming devices
o Garments and textiles
o Cables (all unwanted electrical and electronic cables)
o School uniform items
Download here to put through a collection!
*depending on your geographical location