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Redundant electronic equipment (e-waste)

The University of Twente has an e-waste regulation which allows you to take over redundant personal electronic equipment such as smartphones and PCs. As of April 2019 the implementation of this regulation has been simplified.

Through the LISA Selfservice portal you apply for the takeover. The acquisition amount is more justly determined because it is deducted on a monthly basis and no longer on an annual basis. Permission and payment is arranged automatically. After approval you will be invited to hand in the device at LISA. LISA removes UT software and data in accordance with the security and privacy rules from the UT.
After this the device is yours and you receive the proof of ownership.

Click here for more details on the Regulation on complete electronic personal equipment (e-waste regulation).

Note:

If the device is equipped with an UT operating system, it will be removed and the device is then empty. This occurs with Microsoft Windows computers.

However through www.surfspot.nl you can purchase the Microsoft Windows operating system and Microsoft Office for about €20,- as a UT employee.