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Venom Value Cycle

Venom Value Cycle

Our answer to the circular economies vision for electronics applied to BlackBook notebook computers.

Our current customers are our future suppliers.

Imagine if your customers could be your future suppliers

This vision, is now a reality.
Venom has successfully implemented its vision for a circular economy with the implementation of the Venom Value Cycle.

We are now at a point where Venom can purchase back every functioning BlackBook to be on sold to a new user again.

BlackBooks made in the past 7 years, and for every BlackBook made today onwards, can potentially re-enter the supply chain and not become landfill, downcycled or recycled into something less. A true sustainable initiative.

This is a global first in electronics. A monumental real step forward in the circular economy, towards truly reducing e-waste.

Every BlackBook sold within the last 7 years, and every BlackBook sold today and onwards is eligible to be traded in for cash via the Venom Global Trade in Program.

We do everything differently, from the materials we use, logistics, supply, to how we design and manufacture our high performance BlackBooks. Because everything is important. Solving todays problems requires tommorrows thinking.

Our current customers are already our future suppliers.

Imagine if your customers could be your future suppliers

This vision, is now a reality.
Venom has successfully implemented its vision for a circular economy with the implementation of the Venom Value Cycle.

We are now at a point where Venom can purchase back every functioning BlackBook to be on sold to a new user again.

BlackBooks made in the past 7 years, and for every BlackBook made today onwards, can potentially re-enter the supply chain and not become landfill, downcycled or recycled into something less. A true sustainable initiative.

This is a global first in electronics. A monumental real step forward in the circular economy, towards truly reducing e-waste.

Every BlackBook sold within the last 7 years, and every BlackBook sold today and onwards is eligible to be traded in for cash via the Venom Global Trade in Program.

We do everything differently, from the materials we use, logistics, supply, to how we design and manufacture our high performance BlackBooks. Because everything is important. Solving todays problems requires tommorrows thinking.

Our current customers are already our future suppliers.

E-Waste – The cause

As reported by the United Nations World Economic Forum (UNWEF), its important to first understand what e-waste is and where it comes from. Most e-waste is created by small house hold appliances followed by larger house hold appliances with the minority coming from smartphones, tablets and laptops.

As Venom is primarily a notebook computer manufacturer we will focus our attention on what we can be directly responsible for.

E-Waste – The cause

As reported by the United Nations World Economic Forum (UNWEF), its important to first understand what e-waste is and where it comes from. Most e-waste is created by small house hold appliances followed by larger house hold appliances with the minority coming from smartphones, tablets and laptops.

As Venom is primarily a notebook computer manufacturer we will focus our attention on what we can be directly responsible for.

How Big is the Problem

As reported and shown here by the UNWEF, the amount of e-waste we create as humans is staggering when compared to relatively imaginable objects and structures. As part of our corporate social responsibility it is our duty as humans to all do our part.

How Big is the Problem

As reported and shown here by the UNWEF, the amount of e-waste we create as humans is staggering when compared to relatively imaginable objects and structures. As part of our corporate social responsibility it is our duty as humans to all do our part.

Tomorrow’s problems, today

The UNWEF states that the amount of e-waste created is set to double in the next 20-30 years, with PCs, smartphones, laptops, monitors to contribute to this by also tripling in volume.

Tomorrow’s problems, today

The UNWEF states that the amount of e-waste created is set to double in the next 20-30 years, with PCs, smartphones, laptops, monitors to contribute to this by also tripling in volume.

How much is recycled?

We can see that 80% of e-waste currently isn’t even recycled according to the UNWEF. This problem is only going to be amplified with the increase in the consumption of electronic goods.

How much is recycled?

We can see that 80% of e-waste currently isn’t even recycled according to the UNWEF. This problem is only going to be amplified with the increase in the consumption of electronic goods.

Where does E-Waste go?

It is reported that most e-waste is created in a select few nations to only then be transported to another select few nations.

Where does E-Waste go?

It is reported that most e-waste is created in a select few nations to only then be transported to another select few nations.

Vision For Zero E-Waste

A circular economy is a system in which all materials and components are kept at their highest value at all times. Not creating waste to begin with is the most ideal solution, fixing the problem at its root before it even begins. While a perfect vision, it is the gold standard we must strive to achieve in an economically and scientifically feasible manner.
It is the opposite of today’s linear economy, products need to be designed for reuse, durability and then eventually safe recycling.

Vision For Zero E-Waste

A circular economy is a system in which all materials and components are kept at their highest value at all times. Not creating waste to begin with is the most ideal solution, fixing the problem at its root before it even begins. While a perfect vision, it is the gold standard we must strive to achieve in an economical and scientifically feasible manner.
It is the opposite of today’s linear economy, products need to be designed for reuse, durability and then eventually safe recycling.

Venom Value Cycle

Venom BlackBooks for the past seven years have been designed for durability and reuse so that they can re-enter the supply chain and find another home. Our Trade in Program is a guarantee that ensures BlackBook notebook computers avoid landfill and recycling. The cost is covered by the inherent value provided at the time the Blackbook was designed and manufactured. BlackBooks are worth owning, using and then selling again because they continue to be worthy notebook computers.