At Greentec our primary goal in this process is to securely recover IT equipment for reuse with the intent to resell after securely wiping and sanitizing all data. However, when reuse is not an option, we employ our secure physical product destruction solution to safely shred the equipment and recover commodities like copper, steel, aluminum, glass and plastics. It’s pretty neat to think how much value still lies in these old electronics. These recovered resources can then be used to manufacture new products and the circular economy of electronic life continues in a way that is good for the bottom line and the world.
You can rest assured that with Greentec, your data will never end up in the wrong hands! We securely wipe and sanitize hard drives using a specialized, encrypted software which completely erases all traces of data. Alternatively, you may request to have your data containing devices securely destroyed by one of our shredders.
Our chain-of-custody solution documents and tracks the movement and control of all your discarded data and IT equipment from the moment we pick-up to the time they arrive in our secure facility to be recycled.
This service is incredibly important, because it safeguards against any altering, tampering or loss of sensitive data and materials. You need to know that nothing we collect has been mishandled or misplaced while working with us.
Here’s how our onsite service works:
Greentec data and IT asset disposal services are secure at every level – from start to finish.
Decommissioning is the act of withdrawing electronics from service and usually occurs when a data center or office is moving to a different location, closing down entirely or replacing old electronics. We complete this service by disconnecting and uninstalling equipment, which typically includes.
“Greentec is able to think on their feet. We had a few locations where we needed assets picked up and issues came up. Greentec was able to resolve these issues quickly and get the job done. Other vendors we have used in the past would have halted all work until speaking with us.”