IT Asset Disposition Services

E-Waste Security’s IT Asset Disposition service offers a complete solution for your data center decommissioning projects.  Our fully managed service will de-install and inventory IT assets, shred or erase hard drives and package equipment for either purchase or recycling.  Our data destruction and recycling services come with a detailed Certificate of Destruction to help comply with data privacy laws.

We have managed IT asset disposal projects at Equinix, CenturyLink, Digital Realty and CoreSite as well as in-house data centers.  Our offices are strategically located in next to data centers in Los Angeles, El Segundo, Irvine and Santa Clara, CA.


On-Site ITAD Services

  • De-install / Un-rack / remove asset tags / palletize
  • IT asset auditing for reconciliation of IT inventory
  • IT equipment purchase and recycling
  • On-site and Certified data destruction

Hard Drive Data Erasure / Shredding

  • On-Site data destruction
  • Shred up to 1,000 drives per hour
  • Erase 26,000 in-rack and/or 360 loose drives simultaneously
  • 100% auditable for verification and reporting

IT Asset Purchase / Recycling

  • We buy data center equipment by the lot or by piece
  • Most decommissioning projects will be net possitive
  • End-of-Life equipment will be removed and recycled

Full ITAD Reporting

  • Reporting of equipment list purchased and recycled
  • Certificate of Destruction with Serial Number Report
  • Asset disposal and destruction reconciliation

Outsourcing has proven to be the most efficient and least expensive option when it comes decommissioning IT equipment.  E-Waste Security is able to complete the tedious process of removing equipment from data centers, ensuring data is securely destroyed and recycling old equipment.

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E-Waste Security did an outstanding job. We were retiring old equipment from our Data Center Location. They were prompt and efficient. We were done in less than 90 minutes and they took away our old equipment. Will use them again for sure.

Robert Stojkovic

Data Center Moving