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Hard Drive Destruction

Our NAID AAA Certified hard drive destruction process is simple, secure and effective to keep you in compliance.

Whether you have one computer or hundreds, our specialized equipment securely shreds your hard drives, either on-site or at our secure facility.

On-Site:

  • Witness the entire process from beginning to end for peace of mind
  • Serial numbers are scanned
  • Drives are shredded in our specially designed truck
  • A Certificate of Destruction and a report containing the serial numbers is provided

Plant Based:

  • We pick up the hard drives and lock them in a secure container
  • Hard drives are securely transported to our facility
  • Serial numbers are scanned
  • Drives are securely shredded in our Pipersville, PA based plant
  • A Certificate of Destruction and a report containing the serial numbers is provided

Either option permanently destroys the digital data and guarantees that the drives will never operate again. The destroyed drives are separated into component parts and recycled according to EPA regulations

TITAN Mobile Shredding can also assist you with the proper disposal of your obsolete computers and peripherals and we will recycle them according to EPA procedures. No equipment is ever landfilled.

*NAID Press Release: Personally Identifiable Information Found On 40 Percent Of Used Devices In Largest Study To-Date

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