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R2 Certification
We are proud to hold R2 Responsible Recycling certification and ISO 14001:2004 environmental management system certification. In the process of attaining these internationally recognized certifications, our environmental, health and safety, and security procedures have been inspected and certified by an independent third-party auditor.
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LCD and LED monitors have become the norm, and the cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor is mostly a thing of the past. However, many people are indecisive about whether an LCD or LED monitor is the better option. Business owners upgrading their company’s computer monitors may face this dilemma when it’s time to recycle IT...
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It’s always smart business to enlist an ITAD specialist to manage company IT assets when plannig for growth while ensuring cost reimbursement and managing data security. Every company with electronic assets must eventually deal with retiring equipment as companies become more reliant on ever-expanding technology for business needs. IT asset disposition is a vital component...
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Choosing an electronics recycler to handle electronic waste or an ITAD project should include careful consideration of a number of factors. First, is there a provable guarantee for secure destruction of sensitive data? Is there a system of reporting? Does the recycler have certification? A lot of companies hide behind the word “recycling” but have...
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Research into the IT management industry reveals a significant fact. The reason most companies cite for deciding to implement an ITAD strategy is fear about data security. It makes sense that companies want a solid plan in place to protect sensitive information. They must keep track of creation and destruction of data and maintain a...
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Data security is one of the more challenging issues facing the IT world. Rampant information theft has most big data companies on guard. Vendors assisting with ITAD have a responsibility to prevent a security breach when equipment is in the vendor’s custody. After a data center decommission or IT equipment pickup, the transportation process is...
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Electronic waste has been a growing dilemma for decades as consumers dump unwanted electronics at increasing rates, and numbers are expected to increase significantly in the next five to ten years. Since the 1970s, there have been international concerns over how electronic waste should be managed, as well as how to protect people and the...
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Pollution is in the past Once upon a time, manufacturers of electronics, and the major corporations that used them, disposed of their old computers and parts in the cheapest, easiest way possible: putting them in dumpsters or landfills, finding someone cheap to haul the parts away, or selling them to shops for parts. Before electronics...
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The need for environmentally friendly electronics recycling is growing because of the rising amount of obsolete electronic devices. If left to rust in the landfills, these devices can release toxic substances into the earth and atmosphere, causing soil contamination and air pollution as well as contributing to global warming. Sadly, many people as well as businesses...
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The US EPA endorses choosing R2 certified recyclers for recycling used electronics to ensure that they are recycled and managed responsibly. The massive number of electronic devices produced around the world will soon constitute a landfill crisis, with large portions of space being taken up by old, outdated, and broken machines. These often contain toxic...
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