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Our Approach

You can trust we take a green and sustainable approach; we are committed to 0% waste in landfills. Our first objective is to repurpose and remarket your hardware, with any unusable hardware, we follow all the required measures to recycle responsibly.

Why E-waste Recycling?

Recycling electronics protect our earth from toxic waste.  It also helps eliminate excessive amounts of toxins that could have long-term adverse effects on people's health.


How does the process work?

When assets arrive at Data Slayer's highly secure warehouse, all data that needs to be sanitized or physically destroyed is isolated in a locked area.

Data Slayer is NAID certified and adheres to NIST, NISPOM, DoD (DOD ‪5220.22M) CIS and GDPR guidelines. 

  • All make, model, S/N#s and configurations are recorded and provided to the client.

  • All laptops, PCs, tablets, switches are reset to factory settings.   

  • All asset tags are removed from any device.  

  • There are 3 examination points within the warehouse before any hardware leaves the premises.  

  • All e-waste is separated for R2 destruction following Data Slayer’s zero landfill policy.

How is it recycled?

All e-waste is disassembled to the component level. Data Slayer only utilizes R2v3 vetted, downstream vendors who meet the highest environmental and legislative standards.


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Why recycle?

What is e-waste recycling?

The most straightforward definition is the reuse or recycling of electronic equipment nearing the end of its life and considered obsolete.  The main objective of e-waste recycling is to reduce environmental hazard and pollution. Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, and as a result, e-waste recycling has emerged as a prominent and important initiative among organizations working to achieve sustainability.

If e-waste goes to a landfill, hazardous and toxic substances can leak out, causing water and soil contamination. This can be hugely harmful to wildlife, human health, and the environment. Aside from this, there is also an ever-growing problem with irresponsible waste disposal companies sending e-waste overseas.

Materials such as chromium, cadmium, mercury and lead can leach into the soil contaminating the air and waterways. EPA estimates there are about 60 million tons of e-waste per year globally. Recycling this material will save landfill space.

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