Division of Information Technology staff provide a disposal point for University owned computing systems and IT equipment that has become surplus to requirements. Equipment can be disposed of when making a new purchase from the CSU Computer Shop or at other times if surplus to your needs.
The Division of Information Technology has an agreement with a local provider to dispose of obsolete equipment in an environmentally friendly way that also assists the community. The provider guarantees confidential information is removed from the computer prior to disposal, software licensed to CSU is removed to avoid breaches of copyright and agreements, all personal information on the computer is destroyed.
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Pickup hours https://www.csu.edu.au/division/dit/services
|Special access conditions|
Available to all staff with CSU owned IT equipment
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|Significant Incident resolution|
Complete the Division of Financial Services asset disposal form [.pdf] unless computer system disposal is part of a new purchase from the CSU Computer Shop. If so tick the Existing machine no longer required box on the first page of the Order Form and complete the Machine Disposal Details on the second page of the Order Form. Disposal details will need to be recorded on your Asset Register.
Provision of the disposal service is built into the cost of a new computer system and is provided at no additional cost to staff
Assets are the property of the University and it is therefore essential that the act of disposing of an asset is in accordance with University policy and procedures and audit requirements. The proper recording of an asset disposal provides for an accurate account of profit or loss in the University's financial statements.
Staff are not permitted to
If you have further questions after checking the online resources contact the CSU Computer Shop