End Of Life Electronics
EOLE Midwest complies with all State and Federal regulations and issues all customers a Certificate of Recycling releasing them of the liabilities associated with the proper handling and disposal of these materials. A rigorous reception procedure ensures precise identification of E-Waste materials on arrival at are collection center. Immediately after unloading, the materials are weighed and recorded to allow for batch trace ability. This tracking service ensures complete processing of all e-waste to the customer’s satisfaction and predetermined levels. This is further guaranteed via the issuance of the e-waste Recycling Certificate.
EOLE Midwest can provide its customers with a detailed Certificate of Data Destruction to ensure you that your data has been permanently eliminated.
Data Destruction: EOLE Midwest’s data destruction process affords it’s customers complete destruction of their information as well as complete transparancy. Upon reception, hardware, containing information sensitive information, i.e. hard drives, will be inventoried via bar scan. Once, inventoried hardware will be destroyed using physical methods ranging from HDD platter punch to complete shred. Such destruction methods enable compliance covering DoD; HIPAA; Sarbanes-Oxley Act; Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; FACTA Disposal Rule; Bank Secrecy Act; Patriot Act of 2002; Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act; US Safe Harbor Provisions; PCI Data Security Standard.
Special Services: End of Life Electronics Midwest has built a reputation as the source to use to destroy proprietary equipment as well the destruction of specialty equipment.
Cameras - disposible cameras
PC (Personal Computers)
Monitors (CRTs) complete (no bare CRT tubes)
Back-up power supplies systems
Photographic sound & visual recording equiptment
Televisions Complete (no bare TV tubes or wooden concoles)
Small electronic appliances
Metals - Aluminium, Copper, Brass, Nickel, Intergrated Curcits (IC)