Hard Drives, Tapes & CDs

Disposing of Electronic Media

In our modern age, we have access to CDs, USB sticks, and hard drives that can contain a thousand times more information than a single sheet of paper. However, when it comes time to get rid of an old piece of digital technology, the worst thing to do would be to simply throw it into the trash. If someone gets their hands on the data stored inside your electronic media, you’re opening yourself to the risk of a permanently ruined brand and a case of legal liability.

Whether you’re a private business or an individual looking to safely and securely get rid of their old electronic media, Shred Source has the best team and process to fulfill your needs.

Our media destruction services include the following:

CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray Discs

Computer Hard Drives

(both fixed and portable)

Magnetic Tapes

(all kinds)

Floppy Disks

Zip Drives

USB Drives

We promise to customize our entire media destruction process to your specific needs, from our flexible pricing structure to our onsite scheduled visit. Once our specialists have evaluated your needs and the extent of the electronic media you want destroyed, we will begin removing and destroying that media in a safe and timely manner.

At the same time, our onsite technicians will advise you on the best practices to follow regarding your future use of electronically-stored data and information security. Once we have completed the process to your satisfaction, our technicians will put a Certificate of Destruction in your hands. We understand how easy it is for modern identity thieves to get at your information, which is why we place such a high premium on the safe disposal of electronic media.


Our Accreditation

Shred Source is a AAA-certified member of NAID and has undergone extensive audits to ensure that our employees, equipment, and procedures all meet the highest industry standards.

We conduct all our business in strict accordance and compliance with all appropriate regulatory acts and bodies, including:

• The National Association of Information Destruction (NAID)
• The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
• The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

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