Our top priority is offering environmentally responsible e-recycling services to preserve our planet and protect our people. There are promises we have made to uphold our commitment to the environment. No exportation. No landfills. No incineration.
Our ultimate goal is to reuse or recycle 100 percent of the material we receive while ensuring all potentially hazardous elements are handled responsibly. As a result, NCMSS is a leader in comprehensive, environmentally responsible management of end-of-lie electronics. Our entire process is also domestic in accordance with our no export promise.
Many businesses underestimate the threat of improper e-waste disposal. Assets that are not legally and ethically disposed of can lead to serious financial and legal repercussions on top of reputational harm. If data is not properly secured and destroyed security breaches and theft can also occur, which may even violate serious regulatory measures such as the Sarbanes-Oxley or HIPPA acts.
We catalog, track and process all the assets we received to ensure legal compliance to local, state, and international regulations and data security to protect your company as if it were our own. All assets are sanitized and wiped of data completely to Department of Defense standards. All of our processes and down-stream vendors are audited by an independent third party to ensure they meet the highest industry standards. Our primary site is audited regularly and is R2 and ISO 14001-certified. In addition to guaranteeing your security, well work with you to ensure you harvest any residual value from your assets in the process.
By choosing to recycle your e-waste, you are not only helping control the growing pollution problem on our planet, but you're also helping the economy. Electronics that could end up in landfills seeping toxic substances into the soil are packed full of valuable resources. E-waste accounts for 2 percent of America's waste, but 70 percent of our toxic waste. From one million trash cell phones, you could pull 772 pounds of silver and 72 pounds of gold. The EPA estimates we throw away more than $60 million each year in gold and silver alone as a result-precious metals that are currently being mined at the cost of our environment.
If you have additional inquiries about our e-waste recycling process, feel free to contact us.
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