With WEEE Recycling Must Come Secure Data Disposal at Hamilton Asset Management

The lifecycle of IT products is often a short one.  Companies grow, technology changes, and upgrades leave IT managers with a heap of excessive inventory.

That’s where groups like Hamilton Asset Management comes in—relieving you of the many burdens that come with an abundance of redundant inventory. Hamilton can help you through its services in remarketing, secure data disposal and the environmentally responsible, physical disposal of the equipment.

Hamilton Asset Management gets rid of your old equipment in full compliance with WEEE regulations.  What is WEEE?

The acronym stands for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.  Originally referred to as the WEEE directive, the regulations first came into effect in July of 2007, requiring manufacturers to responsibly dispose of old electrical and electronic equipment.

But before we responsibly recycle your old equipment, we ensure that your data has also been wiped effectively, and in full compliance with the Data Protection Act.  This bit of legislation was brought into affect in 1998 to protect the processes that affect identifiable, living people.

Securely disposing your data is likely the most important step in properly recycling old computer equipment—as when carelessly neglected, can lead to catastrophic consequences for your company and CEO, who can be held accountable for the breach in security.

Our team will use the Hamilton Asset Tracking System, designed to forego all possibilities of a breach by making it impossible to dispose of an asset before reaching the required level of data cleansing and the relevant certification.

Data erasure and destruction, and environmentally responsible recycling of your IT equipment are matters we take very seriously, leaving no room for error.  To learn more about our services, contact the team at Hamilton Asset Management today.


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