Data Erasure, E-Waste and More: Answers We Thought You Might Need

Common Questions

We’re here to answer any questions you have about secure e-waste, data erasure and the ITAD industry. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Connect with us today.

What certifications and qualifications does TechReset have?

TechReset follows stringent industry standards and has been in business for more than 16 years.

Our facilities follow meticulous industry protocols and we are a leader in best practices.

Our industry qualifications:

  • ISO 14001:2015 Certified (Environmental Management Systems)
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certified (Quality Management Systems)
  • R2: 2013 Certification: This certification demands IT Asset Disposal companies adhere to a rigorous set of requirements that regulate environmental, worker health and safety and security practices
  • Certified Silver Partner with Blancco, the global leader in data erasure
  • We follow the Basel Global Convention protocols
  • ISO 45001 Certified

What materials, devices and equipment can TechReset perform data erasure on, and then repurpose?

We are comfortable repurposing any computers, laptops, monitors, servers, switches, printers, mobile phones, data storage devices, servers and tablets.

How do I know my data is secure? How do you handle data erasure?

TechReset destroys all data on hard drives and storage systems. We use Blancco, the global leader in data erasure. TechReset provides a certified online reporting of every device verifying erasure so you know your data is always safe and secure. If your organization requires that all drives be destroyed, TechReset has that capability as well. We will ensure the drives are shredded and provide a report outlining each hard drive serial number.

Can I arrange for scheduled collection of my recyclable electronics?

Any day of the week! Call or email today.

What happens to my repurposed electronics?

We are an industry leader in best practices for electronic recycling. We start with data erasure.

All equipment is audited to determine whether it can be repurposed or needs to be recycled. We are proud to repurpose more than 90 per cent of our customers’ equipment, whether it’s sold or donated to qualified partners. Through our very successful repurpose model, we follow the strict rules of the Basel Global Convention, which is an international treaty that was designed to reduce the movement of hazardous waste between nations, and specifically to prevent the transfer of hazardous waste from developed to less developed countries (LDCs).

Any remaining equipment not able to be repurposed is dismantled and the parts are then reused.

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