Your Organization is at RISK with Every Uninformed IT Asset Disposal Decision
There are over 500 Federal and State regulations governing IT asset disposal
Back Thru The Future understands these risks and has the proven tools and the experience to guide our clients through this complicated regulatory landscape
Complying with CT Computer Recycling Regulations
The Connecticut E-Waste Recycling Law requires that all to be disposed of electronics must be recycled. The CT DEEP identifies all computer equipment as a universal waste. DEEP regulations specifically state:
“E-wastes generated from non-residential sources (commercial, governmental, retail, etc.) are regulated under current federal and state hazardous waste laws. Some electronic materials are considered hazardous waste. Others must be managed in accordance with the Universal Waste Regulations (RCSA Section 22a-449(c)-113).”
CT DEEP and Federal EPA universal waste handling regulations require that any processing (recycling) can only be performed by a licensed universal waste destination facility.
Our “Environmental Compliance Certificate” and EPA audit report meets with the
CT E-Waste Laws Requirements
Back Thru The Future® is a Federal and State registered “Universal Waste Consumer Electronics Destination Facility” (Permit No. CDG120002, EPA ID No. 000075416). We document each project with a report listing the manufacturer, model, type of equipment, weight and serial number of every item of equipment recycled. This EPA audit report provides a record supporting your compliance to the recycling regulations for every item of equipment disposed of.
Hard Drive Destruction Under CONNECTICUT D.E.E.P. Regulations
Surveys have shown that the single largest concern by a factor of 2 to 1 by CIOs when recycling computer equipment is data security. The shredding of hard drives is by far the most effective technique for the destruction of recorded data. CT DEEP regulations specifically state:
To “Crush, shred and puncture hard drives and electronic data storage media generated from the disassembly of used electronics” you must be a permitted “universal waste destination facility” as identified under 40 CRF 260 of the Federal EPA universal waste handling code.
Back Thru The Future®, as a licensed universal waste destination facility, provides both onsite and plant-based regulatory compliant hard drive shredding.
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Getting Started On Your Computer Recycling Project
Provide us with an inventory of the items you want recycled ie. a count by type of item such as 5 desktop printers and 10 desktop PCs. Our pricing is based upon the type of item being recycled. Counts don’t need to be accurate. Our inventory audit reports list each item of equipment by manufacturer, model, serial number and weight. The quoted per item cost is multiplied by the actual number of items we receive.
We will provide you with a written project quote within 24 hours of your request. We include a detailed statement of services to be performed. If the quoted costs and services to be performed meet with your approval you can simply give us your verbal approval to proceed. We then arrange a convenient pick up date and collect all necessary information concerning your pick up location. In the event of larger projects or challenging pick up locations, we will send a project manager to determine the resources necessary for the project. Our internal recycling process normally takes approximately 3 weeks. At the completion of your project, all project documentation is also uploaded to our web based document archive “Compliance Library™”. This archive represents a convenient location to retrieve all project related documentation and also represents a complete regulatory required document repository for audit inquiries.
100% of our client quality control surveys rate both our pre-project and
post-project communications as “Excellent”
92% of our new client quality control surveys have been returned marked “exceeded expectations”.
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