Onsite Hard Drive Shredding

Your business may qualify for free onsite hard drive shredding! Your sensitive data is destroyed before leaving your business, witnessed by your personnel. Our shredders are very quiet - about the sound of a fan running - and will destroy about 500 drives per hour. We also shred tablets, phones, usb drives, ssd solid state drives and more!*

Start saving your company big money today by reducing your electronic waste collection and data destruction fees to $0!

To find out more information, please call or text 402-405-2365 or contact us by clicking the orange button below.

*Electronic Equipment collection minimums must be met to qualify for onsite shredding at no cost. Please contact us for more details.

Electronics Recycling Friendly to the Environment and Secure

We provide free onsite consultation services as well as provide collection containers to make collection of your electronics as easy as possible. Setting up a pickup takes only minutes.

We provide onsite hard drive shredding at no cost for most businesses with medium to large waste streams, destroying approximately 500 drives per hour.  Your data is destroyed before leaving your facility, witnessed by your representative - the highest level of data security.  This service is provided while we collect your electronic waste.  A report is then generated of the serial numbers of the devices destroyed, completing your compliance requirements.  

Our Onsite Hard Drive Destruction Services are NAID Certified.  All Employees that handle your data onsite are drug tested, have 7 year criminal background checks, and undergo yearly training programs to ensure superior data security.  Onsite Hard Drive Destruction services are available all over the State of Nebraska and Iowa including Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Des Moines, Norfolk, North Platte, and more.

There are two important aspects to electronics recycling. First is data security. Protection of your private data is paramount. For larger businesses, onsite hard drive destruction may be required to be compliant with privacy laws.

Second is proper disposal of hardware. Some electronics contain potentially harmful components that need to be recycled properly to reduce or eliminate the impact to the environment. We offer free onsite consultation to advise you to the best methods of ensuring compliance and addressing any concerns you may have.