The R2 certification requires that an organization must meet in order to handle electronic waste responsibly. These standards require certified companies to have a policy on managing used and end-of-life electronic equipment, components and materials based on strategies such as reuse, materials and energy recovery and/or disposal. In order for an electronic recycler to become R2 certified they must fulfill all the requirements and keep their practices up to the standards of the R2 certification.
The R2 Certification focuses on the well being of the environment and people but also it is a way for companies to ensure that their data is being destroyed. If data is not sufficiently destroyed then that puts companies in the position for potential hacking and data loss. By using an R2 certified recycler you are guarding your companies data and ensuring the protection of your customers and employees.
Corporate social responsibility is essential to running a company today. Companies have to make sure they are running all their practices ethically. The emphasis that R2 certified recyclers put on environmentally friendly and sustainable recycling is great way to lessen your company’s carbon footprint and be as ethical as possible in their practices.
Mayer Alloys Corporation in partnership with OmniSource electronic recycling will provide you with the most competitive rates and provide you with peace of mind that you are disposing of your organizationâ€™s electronic waste safely. All electronic waste is recycled in an R2 certified facility. All hard drives are destroyed and certifications of destruction in compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) security standards are available.
Mayer Alloys Corporation is an R2 compliant provider in partnership with OmniSource Electronic Recycling, an R2 Certified Recycler. Mayer will provide you with peace of mind that you are disposing of your organizationâ€™s electronic waste safely and responsibly. All electronic waste is recycled in an R2 Certified facility. All hard drives are destroyed and Certificates of Destruction in compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) security standards are provided. For more information about electronic recycling check out our Ultimate Guide To Corporate Electronic Recycling.