Raising the Bar in E-Waste Management
With PC Survivors handling your electronic waste, you can rest assured that you are complying with both environmental, compliance and legal standards. Our rigorous approach to e-waste management meets and often surpasses the strict requirements of HIPAA, Gramm-Leach Bliley, ITAR and other applicable regulations. Our continuing commitment to best practices is further demonstrated through our current RIOS (The Recycling Industry Operating Standard) and R2v3 certifications, as well as our longstanding membership to NAID (The National Association for Information Destruction). This focus on compliance has established us as a premier choice for an electronics recycling company near Rhode Island and beyond.
Success Stories from Real Customers
Find out more about what makes us the go-to electronics recycling company near Rhode Island and across the region through the words of our customers. One 5-star review touches on our impressive capabilities, “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.”
Another recent client writes, “These guys are friendly, kind and best of all, good for the environment and your sanity. I can’t say enough good things about them. They give you a place to take your unwanted computers, printers, chargers of all sorts of electronic odds and ends and give them a chance at having their valuable metals and materials pulled out of them and put back to use — rather than ending up in the landfill. Climate change won’t solve itself. We all have to do our part. Thank you so much.”
If you need an electronics recycling company near Rhode Island, call 781-924-3071, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our contact page to discuss solutions for your business with a member of our team today.