The Only Electronics Recycling Program That Guarantees Your Confidential Data Will Never Be Compromised
You may have heard that it’s safe to sell your old computer and other electronics to a recycling firm because they wipe your hard drive clean before they recycle the parts. But the truth is you can never be sure that all traces of confidential information will be cleaned from your hard drive.
Most recycling companies (even honest ones) will disassemble your electronic equipment and ship the parts overseas to a third world country. There the electronic components are mined for data such as social security numbers, contact information, business memos, and more. And if you think it can’t happen to your organization, think again! According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (a non-profit organization that tracks security breaches) on average, 100 million files have been compromised every year since they began tracking this information in 2005.
We Can Shred Your Computer
Now there’s a recycling solution that is guaranteed to be 100% safe and effective. ShredQuick can now shred your laptop, desktop computer, or any electronic equipment weighing up to one ton. Here’s how it works.
Three Simple Steps
- Step 1: Give us a call and let us know what electronic equipment you would like to shred and we’ll give you a quick, no-hassle quote.
- Step 2: Once we’ve scheduled your service, one of our certified drivers will pick up your electronic equipment.
- Step 3: Your electronic equipment is then brought to our facility to be securely shredded.
Old computers and electronics discarded improperly pollute the environment. ShredQuick only partners with recyclers who are R2 and eSteward certified guaranteeing safe recycling that’s good for the environment. No material is shipped overseas and a secure chain of custody is maintained throughout the process.
To get a quote or order your shredding service, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.
ShredQuick Has Been Awarded The Highest Security Rating, “AAA Certified” By The National Association For Information Destruction