Data Security liability is a real concern for corporations. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLB) have set force the legal obligations of corporations to dispose of their IT assets in a way that protects the privacy of their customers and associates. Doing this properly requires a documented, secure process.
Sometimes the parts are more valuable or easier to dispose of than the whole piece of equipment. You may not be able to recycle an entire PC or monitor due to changing technology, but the glass, metal, and plastic parts can usually be recycled and reused in other manufacturing applications. Let us evaluate how to break down your non-marketable equipment to the smallest components. These components may be resold or recycled either at our recycling facility in St. Louis, Missouri, or a partner facility.
If your data is particularly sensitive, you can witness the secure destruction of their proprietary data or products in our facility.
Once all of your components are remarketed or recycled, the remaining product is converted to raw material for commodity extraction. We work with the following types of partners to ensure efficient and compliant disposal of these raw materials:
- Scrap metal refineries
- Precious Metal Refineries
- Plastic recyclers
- Copper refineries
- Glass refineries
Our direct connection to our recycling partners make it easy for you to do the right thing.