Discover why government agencies and companies of all sizes choose PC Disposal for secure electronics recycling.
Corporate and Goverment Clients
Small Business Clients
Consumer Clients
We shield you from liability
PC Disposal takes title to your
equipment and protects you
from liability. Other recyclers
claim to shield you from risk,
but a loophole allows them to
protect only themselves. It’s a little game called “Pass the Liability”...

Your data stays secure with PrivaCage™ containers
An industry first! PC Disposal
is the first computer recycling
firm to remove the weak
security link when transporting
IT equipment for processing.

Our service is guaranteed!
PC Disposal is the first
computer recycling firm to
offer a $1,000,000 service
guarantee that your
sensitive data will be
completely removed or
destroyed.

Clients

Secure computer disposal and recycling

If all computer recycling firms claim to sanitize hard drives, why does sensitive data keep showing up in landfills, auction websites and even overseas?

Recycling your company's IT equipment should be a simple task. You just contact a recycler to pick up the old computers and office equipment, and the company recycles the electronic waste in an environmentally-friendly manner. Worries for you should be few, if any.
PCD is R2 Certified
Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Stiff competition and dwindling margins have caused many computer recycling companies to look for ways to squeeze extra profits from each sale, including shipping unprocessed PC hard drives and electronics overseas, selling computers to unmonitored subcontractors, or just dumping e-waste into local landfills.

Companies find themselves in trouble with public opinion and the law when their old computers are discovered in landfills or a developing country. Not only is this a public relations nightmare, but steep fines can be levied for violating environmental and privacy laws. For example, one company found itself in this position when a copy machine was discovered with sensitive client records on the hard drive (yes, most copy machines now have hard drives).

PC Disposal makes the process simple and worry-free.

Since 1998, PC Disposal has built its reputation by protecting our clients from liability. That's why we're trusted by government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Our environmentally-friendly computer disposal services are 100% HIPAA, HITECH, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, FACTA Red Flags Rule and EPA compliant. PC Disposal is R2 certified for responsible recycling practices.

We make it easy to recycle computers. IT equipment is picked up directly from your loading dock. Depending on services requested, hard drives are either destroyed or data is thoroughly removed using Department of Defense recommended methods. If requested, equipment can be donated to your favorite school or charity. A certified report is provided that details the services performed and confirms software removal. Our service is backed by a $1,000,000 guarantee.

Plus, PC Disposal offers a whole new layer of security by transporting highly sensitive data using our new PrivaCage™ secure equipment containers.

Most importantly, we take title to your office equipment. That means your computers and electronic equipment becomes ours. It's no longer your responsibility. It's no longer your worry.



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TESTIMONIALS

“When you want it done efficiently and properly, PC Disposal is the company to work with. They've been providing services for our company for years.”

Gordon Ghroman, President
TMX Communications

“I had the opportunity to visit the PC Disposal facility. I was impressed by operation and the great staff. I am very happy with the service.”

Romy Riddle, President
Ymor, Inc.


NEWS

Nationwide Service!
PC Disposal now offers FREE freight and pick up on 25 units or more!
No Surprises Pricing
Beware of hidden costs. PC Disposal is proud to introduce "no surprises" pricing to the computer recycling industry.
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