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Hard Drive Shredding & Disposal

HDD Wipe, EMP Data Sterilization, Disk Drive, CD, DVD and Tape Shredding.

The Newtech Corporate Recycling Hard Drive and Data Destruction Programme sanitizes all digital data via a range of State approved processes. This service includes fully degaussing data from storage devices in accordance with the NSA storage device sanitization standards. Call today for more information about the Newtech Corporate Recycling data destruction service: 732 564 3110.

 

State Regulated Removal, Disposal & Recycling of All Business ICT Hardware

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There Are Five Data & Hard Drive Destruction Service Processes Available.

Clients tend to ask Newtech to remove the hard drives, sterilize them with an EMP and then shred them to NSA/CSS standards. However, there is a growing demand from customers who are extremely security conscious and want to watch their hard drives being shredded at their location. This is also a service we can offer.
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Hard Drive Shredding at You  Location

Ways to Permanently Erase Data Off a Hard Drive
After the hard drive is purged with an EMP it is ready for the final phase, namely disk shredding. We use American hard drive shredders of NAID standard, each capable of shredding over 200 hard drives an hour. Once shredded a hard drive is then melted down to reclaim its alloys. There really is no better way of permanently destroying a computers’ hard drive.
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How delete data files on a computer permanently beyond recovery.
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Hard Drive Shredding at the Newtech Facility

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  Separation of the HDD from the Computer or Device

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Hard drives need to be separated from their device before they can be properly sanitized. Separation is a manual process.

The first phase for correctly disposing of a computers’ hard drive starts with a software purge. This ‘purging’ process permanently deletes all files, folders, documents and data from the memory.
Deleting Hard Drive Data

  Software Purge

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How delete data files on a computer permanently beyond recovery.
After a computers disk-drive has been purged, it is ready for the second phase of degaussing. This second phase consists of blasting the hard disk drive (HDD) with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP). The EMP wipes clean any data stored magnetically and renders the drive utterly inoperable.
Physically Destroying hard drives

Electromagnetic Hard Drive Sterilization

 
 
 
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Destroy Hard Drive Data Completely

Separation of Hard Disk Drives from Devices, Laptops, Computers, Servers and Other ICT Hardware

Hard drive demanufacturing service

Our highly experienced teams of IT demanufacturing engineers have over two decades of experience in removing hard drive disks from a wide array of PC’s, Servers, Laptops, ICT Hardware & copiers. Newtech meets the need for strong security throughout the process of disassembly. Offering security in both the Newtech hard drive and data destruction facility and within the security screening of Newtech staff. The data and hard disk drive destruction facility is a highly secured premise, with CCTV monitoring both inside and externally of the building. Newtech staff, undergo regular security evaluations, which including police checks, profile analysis and a multi-tiered monthly interview process.

 
Deleting Hard Drive Data

Software Purging Old Hard Drives

An added layer of assurance against being fined and even imprisoned

This data formatting service goes beyond basic file deletion commands, which only removes direct pointers to the actual files. Our data erasure software removes all information, even hidden files and folders, leaving nothing behind but empty space. Even if the client has formatted their old hard drives it is still a prudent measure to have the drives purged. Especially when taking into consideration the recent enforcement of modern data privacy laws, which have resulted in some companies receiving fines and legal costs in the millions. In some cases directors and the individuals directly accountable for recycling computers have been imprisoned, for failing to ensure hard drive data was destroyed. Don't take the risk, we can help.

 
Physically Destroying hard drives

Electromagnetic Sterilization of the Hard Disk Drive or
Data Storage Device

An EMP ‘degausser’ creates an incredibly powerful magnetic field, powerful enough to stop watches and pacemakers, so before entering the Newtech data destruction white rooms please inform a member of staff of any medical conditions you may have.

When any magnetic media such as a hard disk drive, or magnetic tape is run through a powerful electromagnetic field, the media is completely erased and rendered permanently inoperable almost instantly. This means that even the best hackers wouldn't be able to recover deleted files for the drive.

 
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Shredding of Disk Drive, Data Storage Devices, Optical Media (CD’s DVD’s) and Tapes

Data Storage Shredding at the Newtech Data Destruction Facility

After the software instigated purge and the EMP a hard drive should be ultimately wiped of data and the files show now be permanently deleted. However, Newtech Recycling takes no risks when it comes to hard drive recycling and ensures the drives are truly beyond recovery by shredding them. The Newtech Hard Drive and Data Destruction Services provides’ a one-stop solution for the professional community, helping Banks, accountants, lawyers, insurance and medical companies, educational providers and governmental organizations. You are in good hands no matter how big or small your organization.

 
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'ON-SITE' Hard Drive Shredding

Disk Shredding at the Clients Location

On-site hard drive destruction at your location is a service offered to all clients. However, it's usally only worth doing if you have a large quanitiy. Trucks equipped with hard drive shredders provide this service, which is popular with clients that have large data centers.

It is possible to shred up to 2500 hard drives per day. Shredded hard drives is one of the best ways to destroy a disk drives data.

For more information about having your old ICT and computer hard drives shredded at your ocation please call our support team on: 732 564 3110 9am to 4pm EST.

 
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NSA Standards in Data Destruction

Failure to correctly destroy the data on your old hard drives can result in costly fines and even imprisonment, but failure to dispose of the hard drives in accordance with E-Waste laws can severely add to the legal nightmare. Newtech is one of the few recyclers that can offer secure hard drive destruction and E-Waste recycling all under one roof.

Newtech is a State certified electronics recycler, that also holds an R2 certification, an ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001 accreditation. This service has been created to help the business community and municipalities. For more information please call, or fill-out the form below:

 
 

Online Estimate For Data Destruction & E-Waste Management

 
 

If you are interested in getting a quick quote, or just a rough price guide then simply use the below form and we will e-mail you back an estimate.   

 
 
Number of Items For Disposal:
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Servers   Copiers
Laptops   Fax
Monitors   Scanner
TV sets   Phones
Speakers   ICT Hardware
Cables   Other
 
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Contact E-mail
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Number of hard drives you want sanitized
Collection or Drop-off
Your State, ZIP Code & Any Message For Us
 
     
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The Six Core Services
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Removal of Industrial and Manufacturing Equipment
 
     
 

Data Destruction Service Definition

The Newtech Hard Drive and Data Destruction Services

The term ‘data destruction services’, refers to a set of services that provides for the total destruction and decimation of devices and media containing, or having contained digital information and therein affording the absolute sanitization of data and data storage devices. In short, the ‘Newtech Hard Drive and Data Destruction Service’ is offered to those clients wishing to unequivocally destroy any media that holds or has held data. This service extends to hard drives, tapes and optical disks (CD’s & DVD’s). For a full list of media, please see the content opposite titled ‘Types of Hard Drives’.

The Newtech Hard Drive and Data Destruction Services are performed on machines manufactured by National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) certified companies. In addition, the Newtech Data Destruction Service is preformed to the American DOD/NSA/CSS specifications and the British MOD standards. This is a high level service provided either at the clients’ location or in the secure Newtech data destruction facility. This facility includes monitored CCTV and police vetted staff.

In addition to the before mentioned credentials Newtech Recycling is also a State approved hard drive and data destruction facility, with E-Waste Recycling Permits CDG1200002 / PCP0400001, fully R2 certified, ISO 14001 accredited and OHSAS 18001 proficient.

For more information about Newtech Corporate Recycling hard drive destruction and data destruction services please call today or for an online estimate use the above form, it just takes a few seconds.

 
     
 
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Typical Clients

A State certified service for the business community

Any business, organization or municipality that uses computing and communications devices is a potential client. Or put more simply, everyone can use this service. There are different requirements however, for example; Banks, medical facilities, research labs, accounting firms, and lawyers can sometimes require the Newtech “on site" shredding service, so that a company auditor can be present during the process.

Newtech usually works directly with IT department, the Chief compliance officer and of course the FCO or FC. However, with small to middle sized businesses the sanitization of HHD’s might fall to the CEO or whoever is responsible for E-Waste disposal within the organisation.

It is extremely important to note that HHD disposal is controlled and governed under the E-Waste laws. Failure to dispose of your HHD in accordance with the electronic waste regulations can result in finds. In addition please be aware that data breaches (in regard to information held on the hard drives) can result in HIPAA violations carrying a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and fines.

Data sanitization experts clearly state that reformatting, deleting, or even drilling holes in hard drives will NOT destroy data beyond all methods of forensic reconstruction. Newtech Corporate Recycling provides a service that uses proper equipment so that complete data destruction is accomplished. For more information please call the Newtech customer support line at: 732 564 3110

 
     
 
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Types of Hard Drives

The typical data destruction devices

It should be noted that in addition to HDD destruction Newtech Corporate Recycling provides, data destruction for Semiconductor memory (flash based and solid-state drives (SSDs)), Optical data storage such as CD’s, DVD’s and BD and other magnetic storage systems such as floppy disks and tape.

Newtech commonly disposes of, and provides data wipes for, the following data hard drives and storage devices:

1. Cell Phones - Memory Destruction and Data Wipe service available
2. Tablets and iPad Memory Destruction and Data Wipe service available
3. Laptop Hard Drive Destruction and Data Wipe service available
4. Desktop and PC Hard Drive Destruction and Data Wipe service available
5. Server Hard Drive Destruction and Data Wipe service available

Listed below are the primary types of hard drive connections that Newtech offer data destruction and memory wiping for:

1. USB hard drive data destruction
2. FireWire hard drive data destruction
3. Plug-and-play e.g. Firewire 800 hard drive data destruction
4. SATA internal hard drive data destruction
5. eSATA hard drive data destruction

If you have requirements that are not specified above please contact us directly on: 732 564 3110

 
     
 
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Security Risks

Disposing of industrial, laboratory & manufacturing equipment responsibly.

What are the most common risks in not having your business’s hard drives destroyed properly?  Listed below are the top 5 criminal activities that arise from obtaining retired hard drives:

  1. This might be a surprise but top of the list is the theft of staff usernames, passwords and personal data. Oddly enough, this form of data theft is not just business related but mainly relates to your staffs’ personal use of business equipment.  For example: browser stored passwords to shopping websites such as amazon, where purchases can be made on stored credit card details. Even unrestricted access to personal banking and social media is at risk.  This might not seem that important but it can lead to major disruptions at work as your team suffers from identity theft, fraud and unscrupulous data brokers. 
     
  2. Contact and profile stealing is big business, some companies will pay big bucks just for mailing lists, imagine how much they would pay for your clients profiles.  To date, one of the biggest data theft brokerage deals occurred in 2014.  Allegedly, a banks client database of 27,000 clients was on sale for $80 a contact, or collectively a staggering $2,160,000.  It’s not just clients they are after, these criminals will target contact information and profile data of suppliers, associates and just about anyone else they can get from  your network.   

  3. Business sensitive data, this includes; how your company prices its contracts, your profit margins, and your suppliers’ contracts. In fact the list is endless, and also priceless to your competition.

  4. Asset data theft is the fourth in our list.  Surprisingly, the most valuable asset data relates to your staff.  Head hunters and recruitment agencies are always on the lookout for skilled staff that might be persuaded to defect.

  5. Finally, financial fraud.  This still goes on, even today credit card information, scanned business credit cards, banking information, passwords and even passports and driving licenses are occasionally stored and left on office computers. 

There are many more reasons to have your hard drives destroyed. The one concern every organization should have is, with regard to, how your hard drives are sanitized and destroyed.  Your IT director will have done a pretty good job at formatting the drives and just needs Newtech Corporate Recycling to degausses, sterilizes and shreds the hardware or optical/solid storage media.  Please call Newtech Corporate Recycling today for a quote or for an online estimate use the above form, it just takes a few seconds.

 
     
 
 
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Help & advice for aiding in the legal & secure disposal of computers & ICT Hardware

The most commonly asked questions revolving around the subject of PC disposal are to do with data protection. Primarily, most people are concerned that data or files held on their old computers and other such electronic devices could be accessed by criminals during, and even after, the disposal process.   The following questions and answers have been created to help explain the best practice for permanently deleting and destroying information held on hard drives: 

 
   
 

1. Disposing Of Your Hard Drives
2. Are There Any Hard Drive Disposal Laws?
3. Hard Drive Recycling – How are Hard Drives Recycled?
4. Are There Any Easy Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive?
5. How Do I Permanently Delete Files from My Hard Disk?
6. How to Destroy a Hard Drive before Disposal?
7. How to Destroy a Hard Drive Disk?
8. How to Destroy a PC Drive Disk?
9. How to Permanently Delete Data from a Computer?
10. How to Quickly Destroy a Hard Drive?
11. NJ Hard Drive Destruction - Certified, Secure and Onsite
12. Where Do I Dispose Of Hard Drives?

 
     
 

Disposing Of Your Hard Drives

Do you have an old hard drive filled with inaccessible or sensitive data? Do you want to be certain that even though you’ve deleted the files the data on your hard drive will never be recovered again?  There are a few things you need to know: usually deleting files will not actually physically remove the file from the hard drive or the memory system of a computer, laptop, tablet or phone.   Disposing of your hard drives in a way that ensures no files can ever be accessed will require the hard drive being removed from the machine (excluding phones) then the drive will need to undergo software sterilization, degaussing with an EMP charge and then finally the computer disks need to be shredded.  Don’t worry, it’s not expensive, it’s a painless & quick process, call now: 732 564 3110. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Are There Any Hard Drive Disposal Laws?

Your hard drive is classified as ewaste, so that means don’t throw it out with the regular trash.  You have to have your hard drive recycled.  It probably seems like a hassle but it’s not, The Newtech Corporate Recycling Programme disposes of millions of hard drives each year.  It’s a service that’s designed to protect your privacy, ensure there are no liabilities and conform to data destruction and E-Waste recycling laws. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Hard Drive Recycling – How are Hard Drives Recycled?

Hard drives contain serval different types and grades of metals & plastics.  These can be found in the casing, circuitry and mechanics of the hard drive unit.  It is possible to recycle these materials; however a separation process involving a team armed with nothing more than screw drivers would be a lengthy and uneconomical method.  By far the most effective process of hard drive recycling can be achieved through the use of a hard drive shredder.  Although technically the hard drive is shredded into tiny pieces and at first glance this might seem harder to separate into coper, aluminium and plastic, in reality it’s actually made easier.  Furthermore, this process of hard drive recycling provides less human interaction and removes any security risks or liabilities relating to data protection.  In essence recycling hard drives is simply the best way to dispose of an old hard drive, especially if it has held sensitive data or files.            CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Are There Any Easy Ways to Destroy a Hard Drive?

There is no question that by far the easiest and securest way to destroy a hard drive is to have it shredded.  Obviously, you’re not likely to have your own hard drive shredder kicking around, but why would you need one when most computer disposal recyclers are equipped with this hardware.

Over the years our organization has received millions of hard drives, on occasion we see some truly bizarre DIY attempts to destroy the data and files held on computer memory & drives.  For your entertainment here are the top ten oddest attempts to destroy a hard drive:

  1. Shooting the hard drive
  2. Burning the hard drive with a blow torch
  3. Electrifying the hard drive
  4. Crushing the hard drive with a hammer
  5. Nailing the hard drive
  6. Using hardware tools on the hard drive such as drills
  7. Shredding the hard drive with an axe
  8. Soaking the hard drive in a bucket of water
  9. Magnetizing the hard drive by covering it in old stereo speakers
  10. Microwaving the hard drive

I hope you’ll agree that’s a pretty crazy top 10 list of how not to destroy a hard drive. In the non-crazy world the easiest way to dispose of old computer hard drives is to pick up your telephone and dial: 732 564 3110. We will automatically and securely wipe the disk, which purges all data files, then, we will neutralize the disk with an EMP charge, shred the hard drive in flakes and finally melt down those flakes.  You will not need to do a thing, which is by far the easiest and safest way for you to destroy a hard drive. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How Do I Permanently Delete Files from My Hard Disk?

This question is asked by I.T. Directors and home PC users alike.  If you’re wondering “what’s the best way to permanently delete files from a computer hard disk” you’re probably concerned about identity theft, the leaking of business sensitive data, personal files and images being accessed by criminals and many other worrying possibilities.   Not wishing to worry you even more but deleting files (even from the recycling bin) doesn’t actually remove the file; it just removes the path to it.  The file can still be accessed directly from the hard drive where it will remain until it is eventually copied over by other files so many times that it can’t be recovered.  One of the best ways to permanently delete files from a hard drive is by using a kill-disk software app but make sure all the files you want to keep are backed up separately from the hard drive because this software will destroy your computer disk.  To truly and permanently delete files from a hard disk you have to physically destroy the drive.  Before you charge at your computer with a hammer save yourself the time, Newtech will kill your disk permanently, deleting files whilst wiping data into oblivion through a process that ends with shredding the hard drives into small flakes.   This service is incredibly cheap and the only true way to guarantee that a file on your computer is permanently deleted. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

 
 
 

How to Destroy a Hard Drive before Disposal

The golden rule of destroying a hard drive before it’s disposed of is firstly ‘backup’ your data.  It probably needs to go without saying but don’t backup your data to a partition on the hard drive your disposing of (it happens).  It’s easy to think you’re backing up to another hard drive when in reality you’re just backing up to a section of the hard disk you are destroying.  Don’t forget business data especially needs to be backed up securely, failure can result in a trip to federal prison.  

Next, after the backup wipe the drive. A hard drive needs to be wiped before beginning destruction. While the more advanced methods of destruction (i.e. EMP and Shredding) will do a pretty good job of rendering data irretrievable, you have to be 100 percent guaranteed. Wiping your data and then destroying the hard drive is the best way. Realistically, a serious wipe of your computer will probably do the job without needing to shred the disk, only highly skilled individuals with very serious equipment would have any chance at recovering your data.  A hard drive wipe, and then a shred, will truly result in a job well done – not even the NSA could rebuild your hard drive!

The Newtech Corporate Recycling team provide everything from the wiping to the shredding of hard drives.  The service starts by opening the computer case to find the hard disk drive.  Computer drives are located in different spots in each type of case, sometimes located within a metal box.  Thankfully, the team have a great deal of experience and usually have a hard disk drive out of a computer in a few minutes.   Newtech offers a business service that will remove hard drives and destroy them at your location or within our secure facility.

You could open the hard drive yourself, remove the magnets, then remove the platter and shatter or cut up the drive yourself to ensure the hard drive is destroyed before you send it to Newtech for disposal.  However, 99.9% of our clients usually rely on our data destruction team and their checks and balances to ensure the job gets done 100% correctly without you having to do anything.      CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Destroy a Hard Drive Disk?

To answer the question of “how to destroy a hard drive disk”, you have to look at the different types of hard drives in use.  Obviously, the type of hardware dictates the type of hard drive you might be looking to destroy.  For example, destroying a computer hard drive disk or wiping the files on an iPhones hard drive can involve a totally different process to destroying a laptop disk.  Apart from the difference in shape and size hard drive disks also vary in materials.   The modern, super-fast hard drive exists in a solid state, with no actual spinning disk, much like the computer stick (USB memory).  EMP charges are less effective on solid state hard drives; they have to physically be destroyed by hard drive shredding.  The Newtech Corporate Recycling hard drive and data destruction programme is designed to identify what type of hard disk drive you have and deliver the exact solution needed to utterly destroy it and any hidden data held on it. For more information about this service call now: 732 564 3110. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Destroy a PC Drive Disk?

The question of how to dispose of hard drives from computers is the single most frequently asked.  A lot of callers need to know how to dispose of hard drives safely and just as importantly, how to dispose of hard drives securely?  Our reply to this is don’t attempt to destroy a PC’s hard disk yourself, driving nails or burning a drive disk just makes the job of destroying it properly harder for us.  If you really feel you need to destroy a PC drive disk before sending Newtech your computer to recycle then use ‘drive disk killing software’ that should wipe the data from the drive and then ask us to shred it as a double measure.   CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Permanently Delete Data from a Computer?

We get asked how to permanently delete data from iPhones, Tablets & iPads quite frequently.  We are even asked how to permanently delete files from a Mac operating system as many feel it might be a different process to permanently deleting files from hard drives using a Windows computer or PC.  The process of permanently deleting files from a computer is the same, whether a MAC or Windows OS is being used and even if it’s a PC or laptop.  The question we tend to ask is just how permanently do, you want to delete files from the computer.  I.e. do you want to delete data without ever being able to recover it but still use the hard drive?  Or, do you want to permanently delete files from a PC hard drive with a view to disposing of the computer or hard drive?

If you are asking “how to permanently delete files from a hard drive?” with a view to keeping the hard drive for further use, then we are unable to assist you.  The Newtech service is focused on how to permanently delete files from a PC hard drive that needs to be recycled or disposed of.

If you are interested in how to permanently delete files from a Mac hard drive, or how to permanently delete files from Windows hard drives before disposing of you Mac or PC then we can help.  There is a fee for this service, it’s not very much money but apart from providing peace of mind, it’s absolutely essential, so please call today to get the most up-to-date prices or to book the service. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

How to Quickly Destroy a Hard Drive?

We’ve all seen the movies where computer hackers are quickly trying to fry all their hard drives before the Feds kick down the door.  In reality we rarely get asked “how to quickly destroy a hard drive?” the usual question is “how quickly can you destroy hard drives?”  The answer depends on how many hard drives you need to shred?  Newtech Corporate Recycling is constantly destroying hard drives, on average; a hard drive shredder can destroy over 200 hard disks an hour.      CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

NJ Hard Drive Destruction - Certified, Secure and Onsite‎

To physically destroy a hard drive and then recycle the remains of the hard drive legally you need to be State approved to handle ewaste.  Scrapping old business computers is not simply a case of throwing them into a dumpster or giving them to a recycler you should always check that they a fully certified.  Knowing what to do with old computers is important because failure to recycle properly and destroy even the data on a photocopier can result in massive fines and long term incarceration. CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

Where Do I Dispose Of Hard Drives?

Knowing where to dispose of old computers, who can wipe the files of a hard disk drive and how to wipe hard drives correctly is important knowledge.  The Newtech Corporate Electronics Recycling Service has been created to provide that knowledge and help you make the right choices.  This service helps protect you legally and works to uphold all the environmental laws in place to ensure this type of E-Waste remains out of landfill sites.  There is a small fee for this service but we hope you’ll think it’s worth every penny, call today for more information:  732 564 3110 CLICK HERE to go back to the top of the list for Frequently Asked Questions about Hard Drive Disposal, Data Destruction & Permanently Deleting Files on a Computer or Phone.

 
 
 

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