Washington DC Hard Drive Shredding & Computer Recycling
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- 30 Years in Computer Recycling Business
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- 1000+ Clients
92% of new client quality control surveys say we “exceeded expectations”
NAID AAA CERTIFIED SECURE DESTRUCTION BOTH PLANT AND MOBILE
R2- RESPONSIBLE RECYCLING CERTIFIED
LICENSED UNIVERSAL WASTE DESTINATION FACILITY FOR THE PROCESSING OF ELECTRONICS
WBENC CERTIFIED WOMAN’S OWNED BUSINESS
ISO CERTIFIED 9001-QMS, 14001-EMS, 45001-OH&S
D.C. DATA PRIVACY COMPLIANT ONSITE HARD DRIVE DESTRUCTION
Back Thru The Future® provides NIST Special Publication 800-88 “Guidelines for Media Sanitization” approved onsite hard drive shredding and degaussing services to the Washington D.C. Metro Area. Federal data privacy regulations require personally sensitive data be destroyed prior to the disposal of the media it is recorded on. The destruction must adhere to NIST guidelines. BTTF is among a select few licensed electronic recycling businesses that is also NAID AAA certified as a secure data destruction operation for both plant-based and mobile hard drive shredding. NAID certification, as a recognized industry security standard, serves to satisfy regulatory vendor due diligence requirements.
Back Thru the Future has been providing environmentally compliant computer recycling services for over 30 years. In 2005 we became the first computer recycler in the country to offer stand alone hard drive shredding services. With over 1000 customers we have the experience and expertise to address any type of shredding project.
US EPA register and NJ State DEP licensed Universal Waste (Hazardous Waste) electronics recycling facility- NAID AAA and PCI DSS certified secure processing facility- ISO 9001 (quality), 14001 (EHS), 45001 (OSHA) certified- R2 electronic recycler certified
With an annual budget of over $50,000 to maintain our certifications, we are serious about providing our customers with the highest level of regulatory compliance and we can prove it.
Back Thru The Future employs 4 mobile hard drive shredding vehicles and both a high capacity plant based shredder and disintegrator. Our shredders are capable of 3/8 of an inch shredding size required for NIST compliant SSD destruction and several are rated at over 2000 hard drives shred per hour. We have the capability to address any type and size shredding project.
WE SHRED SOLID STATE DRIVES (SSD)!
Onsite shredding is the most effective method for sanitizing SSD and solid state cards. Because of the very small size of solid state circuitry, NIST destruction guidelines require a maximum shred size of 1/2 inches. Back Thru The Future is one of only a very limited number of onsite hard drive shredding services that can meet this shred size standard. Today, most mobile computing devices utilize solid state storage. Server hard drives are rapidly incorporating solid state data storage components. The sanitization of solid state storage devices is becoming a significant data security challenge. Adopting onsite SSD shredding as your universal data destruction process eliminates the technical challenges of sanitizing solid state media and provides a one-stop solution to all of your data destruction needs.
WE MAKE HARD DRIVES AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT
As a Federal and State licensed electronic recycling facility, we provide a Certificate of Destruction that is also a regulatory required environmental compliance document. Our proprietary materials sorting process allows us to recapture nearly 100% of the materials used in the manufacturing of a hard drive, making a hard drive as close as possible to an environmentally sustainable product..
See How We Separate the Shredded Hard Drive Materials
100% of our client quality control surveys rate both our pre-project and
post-project communications as “Excellent”
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