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E-waste/Electronic Media Destruction Services

E-waste / Electronic Media Destruction

Confidential Data Destruction Company is an expert provider of e-waste and electronic media destruction. We have years of experience helping clients like NASA and JBL eliminate sensitive data from their equipment and destroy these devices in a safe, environmentally-friendly fashion.

Benefits

Our services allow your business to…

Keep sensitive, out-of-date information confidential. Data that your business deletes from electronic media, such as computers, mobile devices, and zip drives, will leave behind traces. We can permanently remove this information with our specialized processes and equipment.

Protect staff members. Destroying electronic media on your own is not a suitable option for most businesses. It could mean exposing untrained employees to pieces of glass, electrical components, and broken plastic. CDDC can manage this potentially hazardous work for you.

Make efficient use of office space. Many businesses store unnecessary electronic equipment or media within their offices. This might mean closets crowded with out-of-date computers, unused mobile phones, or old software on CD. Make room for all of your other needs with Confidential Data Destruction Company.

How We Handle E-waste / Electronic Media Destruction

CDDC will haul your electronic and storage devices from your offices, whether distant or local. We will secure these materials from the point of pick-up to the point of destruction, which can take place either on-site with our mobile destruction truck or off-site at our facility.

In addition to safeguarding your equipment, we use processes and tools that help protect the environment. We take out hazards like batteries, and we separate reusable parts from the electrical components, all while ensuring that your sensitive data is destroyed.

Types of Equipment We Handle

Below is a sample of the electronics CDDC will destroy for you. Contact us to find out about materials not listed.

  • Electronics that store information, such as computers, TVs, and monitors (but not coffee makers or vacuum cleaners)
  • Media like zip drives, CDs, and DVDs
  • Communication devices such as cell phones and smart phones.