Don’t throw away that broken phone, repair it!

As part of Green Week 2017, the IMT Green Impact group and LSE Sustainability are hosting a pop up repair clinic to help you learn to fix your tech.

If you’ve got a broken laptop, tablet, phone or camera, bring it along to the ground floor of the Saw Swee Hock building between 11am and 2pm on Thursday 2 March, where social enterprise The Restart Project will be on hand to help you bring you broken tech back to life!

Even if you have nothing to repair, come along to the workshop to watch and learn (handy if you’ve got something that’s on its last legs and might need repairing soon!).

IMT Green Impact will also be hosting a stall outside the where you can learn more about reusing and recycling your IT equipment.

IMT are committed to helping staff and students to reduce their IT waste. This workshop aims to get people thinking about how they can extend the life of their IT equipment and reduce electronic waste.

The Restart workshop is for personal devices only; please do not bring along LSE-owned equipment.

Please ensure any items you bring along are fully charged. The pop up clinic will be open between 11am and 2pm in the Saw Swee Hock reception atrium (ground floor). We look forward to seeing you there.