Proper Data Destruction Takes More Than Luck.
Our Equipment and Best Practices are the Gold Standard.

Everyone feels a little luckier around St. Patrick’s Day. Discovering a lost five-dollar bill in the wash and finding the perfect parking space are just a few ways to exercise your March green good fortune. However, some things should not be left to chance. Your business is one of them. If you don’t have a proper data destruction plan in place, you are rolling the dice with your business and your livelihood. Just one data breach could result in devastating damage to your organization’s finances and reputation.

It takes more than luck to keep your digital assets out of the hands of malicious actors. Fortunately, you don’t have to chase a rainbow to find the gold standard in data destruction. At PC Survivors, safe and sustainable e-waste disposal is our specialty. Our depth of experience, high-performance machinery and innovative best practices allow us to effectively serve companies of all sizes and across diverse industries.

Proper Data Destruction Takes More Than Luck. Our Equipment and Best Practices are the Gold Standard. - updated


When it comes to data destruction, power matters. Our cutting-edge equipment is capable of grinding your hard drives, solid state drives, CD-ROMs and other forms of media so finely — you may mistake it for confetti from the St. Patrick’s Day parade. We think the specifications of these machines speak for themselves.

AMS-750HD Mobile Hard Drive/Data Shredder

  • Capable of shredding 1,800 enterprise-grade hard disks per hour.
  • Solid steel dual shaft shredders reduce material to a 1” shred width.

AMS-1000HD-SSD Shredder

  • Capable of shredding 2,000 drives per hour.
  • Reduces material to a 1.5”, 1” or 3/8” shred width.
  • Dual head cutting chamber that processes hard drives and solid-state drives on separate sides.
  • Precision cutter heads that are able to target small media, such as M.2-SSDs.

Optical Media Destruction Device (OMDD) HSM 411.2 Cross Cut Shredder

  • Hardened steel cutting heads designed for CDs, DVDs and other optical media disks.
  • Chain driven continuous motor with thermal protection for extended use.
  • 33-gallon capacity collection bin.

We can pick-up your material at your business to be transported in our padlocked containers with serialized lock seals for processing at our facility. We can also bring our machines to your place of business to perform on-site data destruction.

Best Practices

At PC Survivors, our eco-conscious techniques allow your business to go green for St. Patrick’s Day without sacrificing security. We proudly hold certificates for RIOS (Recycling Industry Operating Standard) and the updated R2v3 for environmentally sustainable recycling practices — as well as membership to NAID (The National Association for Information Destruction). If requested, you will be provided with a Certificate of Recycling and/or Certificates of Destruction after our services have been performed.

You can find additional peace of mind in the knowledge that our methodology is consistent with standards outlined by National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST SP 800-88 Revision 1), Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA Public Law 104-191) and the National Security Agency (NSA/CSS Specification 04-02 & 02).

Every step of our data destruction and electronics recycling process is carefully documented. We start by organizing individual hard drives, solid state drives or other data items with serial numbers, then scanning them by type. After materials are mechanically shredded, we are able to provide you with records that account for each processed item. This certificate of data destruction includes details like barcodes, final counts and more. Video recording may be an option as well.

Discover what makes PC Survivors the gold standard in data destruction for yourself. Call 781-924-3071 or use the contact form here on our website to get started.