Computer Recycling in Massachusetts

As technology continues to evolve at an exponential rate, businesses, municipalities and other groups are finding themselves replacing their electronic equipment with increasing frequency. Enhanced memory, processing power and energy conservation make the decision to upgrade seem simple — until you consider how your old devices will be disposed of. Throwing away computers in standard dumpsters or letting them sit in storage are not sufficient solutions to protect your organization from data breaches, maintain regulatory compliance or minimize environmental impact. If you need professional computer recycling near Boston, elsewhere in the State, Rhode Island, New Hampshire or beyond to help you achieve these qualities, our team at PC Survivors has you covered.

Custom Computer Recycling Solutions

Every organization is unique. As such, we take a completely individualized approach to your computer recycling in Massachusetts. Our process begins with a direct consultation. Through collaborating with you, we’ll design and implement a computer recycling plan that reflects your specific business objectives, timeline and other personal variables. Your computers can be picked up for processing at our Hanover, Massachusetts facility, or you can opt for on-site service. We can bring our mobile hard drive shredders and other portable equipment to you so that you can supervise every step. Upon completion of our services, you will receive a certificate of destruction. This document can contain itemized logs with serial numbers and more.

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Our Clients Say It Best

We take great pride in the positive client feedback we regularly receive. Mathew M. explains what makes us the right company for computer recycling in Massachusetts for his organization, “Our company has used them to recycle old equipment.  I got to take a tour of their facility and felt they do a great job. I am happy to do business with them.”

Mel B. touches on the power and versatility of our equipment, “The machine they use is amazing! When I was there, they told me their machine has the ability to shred up to 600 hard drives per hour! The machines are mobile, so they are able to bring it to large companies to shred large numbers of drives. I thought that was pretty cool. This company is the way to go for all your electronics recycling.”

Is Your Data up to Code?

Reaching and maintaining compliance is a top priority for our clients. Organizations in closely regulated industries like medical practices, biotech companies and financial institutions rely on our team at PC Survivors to keep their proprietary, financial, patient and other sensitive data safe from unauthorized access and on the right side of the law. All of our methods meet or exceed the standards set forth by HIPAA, Gramm Leach Bliley and GDPR and all other applicable legislation. Each year our computer recycling center in Massachusetts is inspected, resulting in RIOS and R2v3 certifications for our best practice procedures.

Call us at 781-924-3071, email or visit our contact page to begin exploring options for computer recycling in Massachusetts with a member of our team today.

What is R2 RIOS?

RIOS or R2/RIOS certification is the highest, most responsible standard in recycling. Our team’s strict adherence to practices outlined in these certifications protects your company from data theft and privacy infringements while maintaining safety and environmental consciousness. R2/RIOS meets numerous international standards – allowing us to effectively serve businesses, government agencies and military entities worldwide. 

E-Waste Recycling

In the US, over 2.9 million tons of electronics are disposed of each year with only 20% ending up being recycled according to the EPA. Unfortunately, the other 80% usually ends up in landfills. More than 300 million computers and 2 billion smartphones were manufactured in 2014 but the rare and precious metals necessary to manufacture these devices is in limited supply. We help companies manage e-scrap responsibly and preserve the environment while enhancing worker safety, the economy and their bottom lines.

Electronics Disposal Process

We strictly adhere to all proper electronics recycling compliance methods and protocols such as Gramm Leach Bliley and HIPAA. PC Survivors will assure that all materials are handled in full compliance with State and Federal regulations. We guarantee that all customer requests for proper disposal, handling, and/or disposition will be honored. For example, these requests may include data and hardware destruction, asset tag removal and redeployment of material. PC Survivors ensures that all materials are disposed of in an environmentally safe and responsible manner.

Secure On-Site Data Destruction & Pick Up

PC Survivors provides on-site data destruction and electronics recycling for all electronics equipment, dental, medical, laboratory equipment, computers, laptops and more.

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Items We Accept

Here are some of the electronics and materials we responsibly recycle in accordance with all Local, State and Federal laws. Please click here for details and a full list of items that we accept.

Network Equipment
Memory Chips
LCD Monitors
New (Obsolete) and Used Toner
Mobile Devices
Power Supplies
POS Equipment

Laboratory Equipment
Hard Drives
Circuit Cards
DLT Tapes

CD/DVD/VHS Players
Power Cords
GPS Devices
Servers/Server Racks/Rails/Cabinets
Solid State Drives
Computer Mice

Dental Equipment
Precious Metals
Audio/Video Equipment
Medical Equipment
Hospital Equipment
Telephones & Telephone Systems
Docking Stations
And Much More…

Contact Us

Contact our expert team to get started today.

Simply use the form on this page and we will respond as soon as possible or call 781-924-3071 during our regular business hours.

We are open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST).

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