eRecure is a proud Green IT Asset Management and Disposals company. We are pleased to announce that the environmental overseer Basel Action Network has recognized us as the Trusted IT hardware Recycler, a designation awarded to computer recyclers and asset managers who have been qualified as upholding the highest standard of environmental and social responsibility.

 

Green Pledge

Our Pledge:

The certification standard is rigorous and goes above and beyond EPA standards. As Certified eWaste recycler, eRecure guarantees that all of the following standards are strictly observed: Definitions of hazardous e-waste are based on international definitions.

 

  • Strict control of exportation of hazardous electronic wastes to conform to the Amendment to the Basel Convention and other existing laws. Exporting of hazardous e-waste is not permitted.
  • Safe on-site handling of hazardous e-waste and other problematic components and materials, such as no shredding of mercury.
  • Full accountability for the entire downstream recycling chain for the toxic materials to final disposition.
  • When data security services are offered, conformance with DoD 5220.22-M & NIST 800-88 R1 Guidelines for
    Data Sanitization, address additional hard drive imperfections, and provide customers with written 
    agreements regarding services provided and customer indemnity.
  • Clear requirements for legitimate reuse and refurbishment.
  • Restrictions on disposal options for toxic materials and prohibition on use of prison and child labor.
  • Requirements for insurance provisions commensurate with the nature and size of operations.
  • Collection and reporting of data for recycling industry health and safety benchmarking and
    improvement, including airborne toxins if engaged in recycling activities such as shredding or
    heating hazardous e-waste.
  • Provision of site closure plans when potentially hazardous processing technologies have been used.
  • Transparency of the entire chain of custody of toxic materials for any customers who request it,
    including records and documentation of e-waste going for recycling and reuse.