Our certified Equipment Destruction capabilities will ensure that defective or faulty equipment will not re-enter the market again.
Electronics Recycling Cal-Nev-Ari Services In Nevada
When businesses or individuals retire IT assets and equipment, some of these items end up getting resold in the second-hand market (through auctions, fairs, or eBay). A study published in the Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law revealed that only 33% of the functioning computer hard disks that they have sampled from the second-hand market had efficiently been wiped. It means that majority of the disks still contained a wealth of residual data, including those of the corporate (client data, social security numbers, login IDs, and passwords) and personal (illicit photographs, bank account numbers, letters, and search histories) nature. If this data ended up in the hands of hackers or other unscrupulous individuals, it could lead to identity theft, data breaches, and damaged reputations. If you are looking to decommission your old IT assets and equipment, you can prevent these embarrassing and costly scenarios from happening to you. Trust All Green to provide you with certified secure and responsible Electronics Recycling Cal-Nev-Ari Services.
Cal Nev Ari (pronounced Cal-Nev-Air) is a town in Clark County, Nevada, located not far from the borders of California and Arizona, which was how it got its name. It was created in the 1960’s by Nancy and Slim Kidwell, both pilots, who envisioned developing an aviator community around the abandoned military airstrip in the area. The airport town has grown over the years, and now includes a fly-in casino, motel, convenience store, restaurant, and mobile home parks.
Though the town doesn’t have any paved roads or stoplights, the dusty dirt roads are wide enough for the airplanes to taxi from the resident’s driveways into the airport runway. In 2016, Nancy Kidwell put the town up for sale for $8 million. The sale includes everything, except some privately owned homes, the community center and volunteer fire station, and of course, the town’s roughly 350 residents (mostly retirees). All Green is proud to offer the pilot town of Cal Nev Ari safe and reliable Data Destruction services for their recycling needs.
All Green aims to protect our client’s privacy as we handle and process their end-of-life assets. We maintain a strict chain of custody over the items entrusted to us to prevent unauthorized access. Our centralized inventory management system tracks the assets for monitoring and documentation purposes, so our clients can check their status at any given time. Our secure Data Destruction processes ensure that any residual data would be unrecoverable, so whether these assets get resold, donated, or scrapped, our clients can be assured that others can retrieve none of their corporate or personal data. Depending on the nature of the data involved, our clients can choose from data wiping, media degaussing, hard drive crushing and hard drive shredding services.
Responsible E-Waste Management Solutions
Our comprehensive solutions to managing electronic waste are guaranteed to be 100% eco-friendly and compliant. We never allow any of the toxic e-waste to be dumped to other developing countries for processing and have partnered with other recyclers to make sure that all the processing and refining are responsibly done within North America. We recycle everything we collect and have a zero-landfill policy. We are proud to be R2, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 certified and strive to comply with the requirements to remain as such.
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