Secure Electronic Media Destruction in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY Shredding ServicesIf you need to dispose of computers, hard drives, or other electronics for your business or for personal use, you need to be sure that you’re not exposing your company to a data breach.

Hard drives are a lot more difficult to erase these days, and with the right tools, your data can be easily retrieved—and possibly used against you.

Shred Nations Brooklyn has a network of electronic media destruction companies throughout Brooklyn that have secure and reliable methods ensure your data is completely unreadable and that the drive is destroyed. Electronic media includes anything that might hold proprietary or personal data, including:

      • Hard drives (including magnetic, rotational and solid state)
      • Media / backup tapes
      • Thumb/Jump drives
      • CDs / DVDs
      • Microfilm and microfiche
      • Badges
      • X-rays
      • Credit cards and debit cards

Shred Nations Brooklyn offers secure electronic media destruction, hard drive shredding, and product destruction throughout Kings County and all surrounding areas.

Steps in the Offsite Shredding Process in Brooklyn

      1. Electronic Media Destruction Process in Brooklyn, CA

        Submit a quote request to us by filling out the form to the right, or give us a call at (718) 303-0870. Within minutes, several electronic media destruction companies located in Brooklyn will contact you to provide a free quote for your project.

      2. Our network of contractors throughout New York allows us to come to your location whenever you schedule it. We even offer the ability to ship your electronics to a secure facility to be destroyed.
      3. The electronics are then destroyed at our secure facility.
      4. The pieces of your destroyed electronics are separated into component parts and are then recycled.

How Secure is Electronic Media Destruction in Brooklyn?

Any Brooklyn data destruction company complies with the National Security Agency and Department of Defense regulations and requirements for electronic media destruction.

Once they have completed your project, the company then provides you with a certificate of destruction that details when and where the hard drive was destroyed to help ensure you have retained chain of custody. These procedures include several of the methods mentioned here.

Get Free Quotes on Data Destruction Services in Brooklyn, NY

Shred Nations Brooklyn offers secure electronic media destruction in Brooklyn and surrounding areas. Do you need data destruction in New York? Give us a call at  (718) 303-0870  or fill out the form to the right.

We will contact you within minutes of receiving your request to provide you with free quotes from reliable Brooklyn contractors to shred your hard drives or other media. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about the media destruction process, and we do our best to contact you as quickly as possible.

Shred Nations Brooklyn Location

Shred Nations Brooklyn
41 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 303-0870

Our normal business hours are Monday—Thursday from 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM, Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.



Shred Nations also proudly offers our shredding services to the following cities and boroughs throughout the Bronx and greater New York areas:
Albany | Bronx | Manhattan | Queens | Dutchess | Westchester | Mt Vernon | Nanuet | New York City | New Milford | North Babylon | Syracuse | Union City | West Harrison | West Point | Westwood | White Plains

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