Compliance & Standards
There are numerous laws, regulations, and standards that exist worldwide for governing the disposal and recycling of e-waste and information elimination and protection. Data Destroyers’ process is 100% compliant with them.
Furthermore, our destruction process meets or exceeds industry standards in the following industries:
- Defense (Classified Information)
- Financial Services
- Health Care
- Information Technology
Data Destroyers’ data destruction service meets or exceeds the U.S. National Security Agency’s (NSA/CSS) standards for total CLASSIFIED information elimination and destruction. This also means compliance with other privacy laws such as HIPAA, which seek to protect the release of an individual’s health information. Data Destroyers also meets the European Union’s Directive on Privacy, as well as other privacy laws, regulations, and worldwide standards.
Data Destroyers’ destruction services meet stringent European Union green laws, such as the WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive. The WEEE Directive is considered the most strict law in the world for both e-waste disposal and recycling.
Other Risks Beyond Non-Compliance
Your company might be out-of-compliance with e-waste and privacy laws and regulations. Failure to comply with laws and regulations, and the related fines and sanctions that may be incurred, is just one of the risks of e-waste. There are numerous other privacy and environmental risks of e-waste. Through proper destruction and disposal of computers and other electronic equipment, Data Destroyers helps you avoid these risks.