Compliant Hard Drive Disposal
Partnering with our team at PC Survivors for e-waste management comes with complete peace of mind. Our hard drive destruction and recycling procedures meet or exceed the those outlined by GDPR, HIPAA and Gramm-Leach-Bliley as well as all other major applicable national and international standards. In fact, our heavy-duty equipment is capable of shredding optical media into 43/50 x 157/1000 pieces — the recommended size for classified information in the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual. You can find additional confidence in our membership to NAID (The National Association for Information Destruction) and certifications for RIOS (Recycling Industry Operating Standard) and the updated R2v3 standards.
Customized E-Waste Solutions
Every organization has unique needs when it comes to hard drive disposal in Massachusetts. We collaborate directly with your business to create an e-waste program that reflects your specific needs, budget, logistical parameters, and other distinct variables. Upon request, we can provide you with detailed certificates of destruction with barcodes, serial numbers and more. You can choose to have your materials picked up for processing at our Hanover, Massachusetts facility or opt for on-site service. We can even bring our mobile shredders and other portable equipment to your place of business for extra convenience.
Our Customers Say It Best
Discover what makes us the first choice for hard drive disposal in Massachusetts through the words of our customers. One recent client shares their experience in a concise 5-star review, “Our company has used them to recycle old equipment. I got to take a tour of their facility and feel they do a great job. I am happy to do business with them.”
Another writes “When our company closed and needed to have our computers recycled and our hard drives shredded, PC Survivors was there for us. I brought the computers to their office. Their staff was extremely friendly and professional. They even provided me with a certificate of recycling and data destruction, which gave my boss peace of mind. I would recommend this business to anyone looking to recycle any of their unwanted electronics.”
If you need hard drive disposal in Massachusetts, call 781-924-3071, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our contact page to begin exploring options with a member of our team today.