E-Waste Security Services
E-Waste Security is a hard drive destruction service company focused on providing clients with onsite and compliant data destruction, electronic recycling and IT asset disposition services. We have helped 100’s of healthcare, entertainment, manufacturing, banking and government clients comply with HIPAA, GLBA and PCI data privacy laws. Our team has worked in data centers, colocations, high-rise office space and industrial complexes. Each property type has its unique challenges and protocols.
HARD DISK DRIVE DESTRUCTION – IT ASSET DISPOSITION SERVICES
If your company is a healthcare organization regulated by HIPAA, a financial institution regulated by GLBA or just need to protect your intellectual property, our secure hard drive destruction service can help. We have provided services to companies large and small including: Apple, Los Angeles County, AEG Live, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA, Toshiba, Xerox and the Department of Human Health Services.
E-Waste Security is a NAID Certified company providing onsite hard drive shredding to help comply with data destruction regulations.
E-Waste Security’s onsite hard drives shredding service eliminates the risk of data leaving your office or data centers by bringing hard drive shredding equipment to you.
Our fleet of of mobile shredding units makes onsite digital media destruction practical for all enterprises. Our shredding machines are permanently attached to fully enclosed secure trucks to provides shredding services at your facility.
E-Waste Security’s logistics service is able to meet your disposal requirements, including de-installation, asset removal and recycling.
Our onsite service is available to our customers in data centers, colocations, offices and high-rise facilities. We even provide services to data centers and colocations in downtown high-rise locations.
E-Waste Security will remove and recycle assets with no residual value. As a NAID Certified data destruction company, we will shred all drives and other data-bearing devices to ensure all information is destroyed. Recyclable equipment is then broken down into dozens of commodity categories for recycling.