Our workshop in Uden contains a static data shredder with which we can destroy data on virtually any type of data carrier. IT-recycling is the only company in the Netherlands that uses both static and mobile hard drive shredders. Make an appointment online here immediately to have your obsolete data carriers and hard drives collected for shredding. If you want to know the fee in advance, consult our price list here.
IT-recycling’s static data shredder: Data destruction at our fingertips
Only companies with their own data shredders can collect data carriers from customers for shredding. We physically shred data carriers on a daily basis in our own workshop. That means we never hand over data carriers until they have been shredded. At the end of each working day, all hard drives, tapes, phones and other data carriers are shredded. This greatly reduces the chance of a data breach in the event of a disaster.If we’ve collected hard drives or other data carriers from you for destruction, you’re therefore assured that they will actually be destroyed within a few days behind our company’s walls. The only exception is when we receive hard drives for reuse in a computer. These hard drives are wiped with our hard drive sanitizer. Read here about everything related to wiping hard drives. In these cases, the disks are removed from the systems almost immediately and stored in our data vault. Our customers receive a certificate and a list of serial numbers of the shredded data carriers with every data destruction assignment.
Destruction of returned goods
Our static data shredder in Uden can also destroy a whole array of other objects. These could be returned goods and products that, for whatever reason, are no longer allowed to be sold. Our static shredder can destroy almost all small objects up to a size of about 20 cm. Read all about this on the page about: ELECTRONICS RECYCLING The shreds left after data destruction are processed by IT-recycling according to the strict WEEELABEX standard. Click here to read everything about recycling shredded data carriers.