Answer: We are able to scan all equipment serial numbers, and create an inventory list for you. In addition, we can give you a release of liability along with the inventory list releasing your corporation from any future liability for the equipment.
Answer: We have designed our own data destruction device which will perform DOD (Department of Defense) 7 pass data wipe. Once the device is done there is no data remaining on the drives.
Answer: If needed, we can shred the drives, destroying the drives completely. We also give you a log of the serial numbers of the drives destroyed.
Answer: If we can not refurbish, or bring the equipment back to a usable state, then we break equipment down to circuit board level, then it is processed in the United States.
Answer: Yes, Some Corporations desire to offer end of life equipment to their employees first before disposing of the their used assets. These sales often benefit a charity the Corporation wants to support. What ever your need, we can meet what ever your disposal needs are.
Answer: Yes, we virtually will recycle almost anything equipment, furniture, surplus metal, etc...
Answer: Yes, we are able to pickup equipment throughout the United States. From East coast to West coast, just tell what you have, and where it is.
Answer: Only in rare situations. It is our goal to not charge any of our customers a fee. Sometimes, we have customers that don't have equipment to recycle, but do need data destroyed. This and other like situations may cause a need to charge a fee. Our goal is always to extract maximum value out of the equipment to recycle, which offsets the need for fees.
Answer: We have over 10 years of in the computer recycling field.
Answer: We generally can pickup within 72 hours of your initial contact.
Answer: Yes. Normally we agree on 25 or more items. However, if you are reasonably local or we have a collection in your area we can accommodate smaller collections. If you are unsure call us at 816-807-5454.
Answer: Two things can happen to your equipment:
Answer: To arrange a pick-up you can call, fax, e-mail us or fill out our Pick-up Request Form.
Answer: We would ask that in the interests of health and safety you store the equipment on ground level in an area that can be easily accessed by our staff and vehicles.
Answer: Generally, two things can happen to hard drives
Answer: This is not a problem. Data Protection/Security and Client confidentiality is of paramount importance, especially in the current global climate. Simply inform a member of our staff when arranging pick-up and we will ensure that all hard drives are removed and destroyed.
Answer: Yes. Many of our clients in the past have opted for this method of Secure Destruction. If you would like to use this service, simply talk to a member of our staff.
Answer: No, we deal with members of the public as well as businesses. However, the bulk of our work is with business customers.