I.T. Supply Solutions will send an experienced team to your facility to shred old hard drives and take care of data destruction — on site and under your supervision.
Did you know that 80 percent of office computers contain sensitive corporate information? That means your old computers from 10 years ago may cause a data breach if you don’t take care of them correctly.
Hard drive shredding is the most effective way to completely destroy data. Our machine pulverizes defunct hard drives into small metal bits, much in the same way a wood chipper breaks down tree limbs into mulch.
Our on-site data destruction service allows you to supervise the entire process. Our professionals show you exactly what the hard drive shredder accomplishes. You bring us the defunct hard drives that no longer work or are from outdated computers (generally, older than six years). Then we put each hard drive through the mechanical shredder and show you the results.
Our hard drive shredder is an Ameri-Shred Corp AMS-300HD-SSD. Eating hard drives is all it does.
Then we make sure none of the hard drive’s remains end up in landfills, because most of the metal in a hard drive is recyclable.
We’re AAA Certified from NAID, meaning we follow the strictest standards in the IT industry for data destruction.
Do you have a bunch of old computer equipment taking up space? We’ll repurpose or recycle your used equipment while shredding old hard drives. Contact I.T. Supply Solutions about our on-site data destruction.
Sponsored by the Independence Police Department & I.T. Supply Solutions
Items collected include desktops, laptops, phones (landlines or cellular), flat monitors, servers, loose hard drives, calculators, and cameras.
Please note: No old TVs, microwaves, or bulky monitors.
Donations can be dropped off or made by mail. Check or money order to be made payable to ‘City of Independence’ to:
Independence Police Department
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5409 Madison Pike
Independence, Kentucky 41051
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