Destroying Obsolete Computer Media for Clients since 2005
Certifying the destruction of all data.
IT-Green® offers a Binary wiping (Clearing/ Purging) solution for Hard Disk Drives that operates in accordance with the UK's CPNI guidelines and US's NIST SP800-88, employing "Commercial Best Practice". Upon collection by our uniformed staff, equipment is transported direct to our secure facility, where drives are immediately removed, tagged, boxed and passed onto the data wiping facility for batch processing within 24 hours. We offer a number of data wiping solutions for Hard Disk Drives including:
Our service eradicates data on any form of Hard Disk Drive including SCSI, IDE, SATA, SAS, SCA and U320. The process includes full certification at the end of wiping. All equipment failing the Binary Wiping process is automatically subjected to Physical Destruction.
Our permitted facility holds a full waste management license, authorising us to shred, shear and granulate confidential electronic media in-house. Our service is geared toward protecting your obsolete media during this process and incorporates:
The data destruction service, operating to BS EN 15713 (2009) for category D materials. It's process incorporates:
The service includes a full itemised certificate covering the make, model, serial number and method of destruction.
We offer a full destruction (Disintegration of Confidential Media) service for any optical media that meets the requirements of BS EN 15713 (2009) for category E material. The granulation service consists of:
IT-Green® provides a granulation service to (BS EN 15713 (2009) Cat D) for solid state media such as:
Chips are "Disintegrated" to 4mm, with silicon wafers being irrecoverably destroyed. Full certification, covering the make, model, serial number and method of destruction is available at the end of the destruction process.
IT-Green® offers a service for the destruction of all forms of magnetic media including:
The service includes the mechanical shredding and further chipping of magnetic media, ensuring the full, irrecoverable destruction of all data. Full, itemised certification is available at the end of the destruction process.