Another method for Data Eradication is to remove the physical hard drive from your electronic device and destroy it using physical force. Like degaussing, data shredding destroys the hard drive in a few different ways. This method shreds up a hard drive like a paper shredder, and your device gets sorted into raw commodities, such as plastics and metals. At Surplus Service, our Data Destruction Services in Bay Area, we use data eradication equipment that meets or exceeds DoD 5200.22-M and NIST 800-88 standards to keep your data safe and out of the hands of data thieves.
Need to get rid of e-waste that contains hazardous materials?
Hazardous E-Waste Items We Recycle
- Lamps and Ballasts
- Power Distribution Equipment