LiteHaus International - University Case Study

LiteHaus International

LiteHaus International is a Townsville based NGO that converts e-waste into opportunities across Asia-Pacific.

In 2020 LiteHause partnered with James Cook University who donated 150 laptops, 125 Desktops and 63 All-in-ones.   In 2023 Flinders University became a partner and donated 230 laptops and 40 desktops. These two donations have had an incredible impact on the lives of thousands of people in Australia and overseas.  Overall, LiteHaus International has repurposed more than 11,000 devices, diverting them away from landfill and into the hands of 200,000 students. 


Join us to hear from Julie Land, Head of Enterprise Service Management at Technology Solutions, JCU. Julie will share their experiences and logistics of participating in device donations, offering insights into internal costs, policy adherence, and security governance required at the time of their participation.

When:  Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at 12 noon

Register for the webinar here

(This session will be recorded)

Donating Digital Devices

Visit the LiteHaus website to find out everything you need to know to donate your end-of-life equipment including 

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Download the JCU-Flinders casestudy document below.

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Computer Fleet Management
Asset Management

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Webinar Recording


Equipment end of life

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