Hard Drive Destruction & RecyclingThere are multiple ways to destroy a hard drive, however, when drives are not properly shredded, the data is at risk of exposure and exploitation. Hard drive shredding services can ensure that your data is unrecoverable.

Why Does Hard Drive Disposal Matter?

Electronic information is already covered by HIPAA and FACTA privacy laws, so it’s important to properly take care of devices to eliminate the risk of data exposure for personal and legal matters. 

Additionally, hard drives are potentially damaging to the environment and improper disposal can leave hard drives ending up in landfills or waterways. EPA laws and state hazardous waste requirements require the secure disposal of all electronics. Because of EPA standards and other compliance restrictions, proper hard drive destruction is critical.

What Is the Difference Between Onsite and Offsite?

On-site Shredding

This is a mobile service where a shred truck comes to your location to shred the drives at your curbside. 

Off-Site Shredding

Off-site shredding is where a provider will come and collect all of the drives from your location. Afterward, they will go directly to an off-site shredding facility to be destroyed.

Devices with Hard Drives

  • Desktop computers, monitors, and external hard drives
  • Cell phones and mobile devices 
  • Consumer electronics (tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles)
  • Printers, scanners, and fax machines

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