529 A Foundry Rd.
Norristown, PA 19403
GigaBiter is currently building a fleet of Secure Mobile Electronic Destruction Vehicles (SMEDVs) for the on-site destruction of your Detroit electronic waste. Our exclusive destruction system can come to your Detroit location, making it ideal for hard drive destruction. That means electronic equipment and media that may contain sensitive data or information is completely under your control and oversight right up to the time that it's turned to dust. Better still, our process is much more secure than hard drive "wiping" (hard drive erasure). GigaBiter then hauls away the grindings for final sorting and recycling.
Our SMEDV fleet has many advantages for those looking for a secure and environmentally friendly way of disposing of their electronic waste.
GigiBiter's two-step process ensures that all sensitive information is destroyed from storage devices before it shredded and ground. These grindings are then transported to our facilities for sorting into their respective elements like silica (glass), aluminum, and ferrous metals, which are then recycled.
Government Approved. Developed in conjunction with the U.S. Government, not only does our process surpass published DoD regulations for the destruction of information, but also it surpasses all U.S. Government standards for the destruction of extremely sensative and other material. Our mobile destruction services also meet and exceed the National Institue for Standards and Technology 800-36 Directive
On-Site. GigaBiter comes to your facility, where the destruction process is performed under your watchful eye. Sensitive material never leaves your control and oversight.
100% Recyclable. Like our exclusive destruction process, our fleet of SMEDVs grind your hard drives and computer equipment into 100% recyclable material. There is absolutely zero waste, so no landfills--anywhere.
Environmentally Friendly. Our mechanical process does not use any solvents or other hazardous chemicals that can harm people or the environment. Did we mention that our process results in material that is 100 percent recyclable?
Our fleet has started to arrive and is on the road. If you want to be informed when the fleet is in your area, please drop us a line and we will put you on our schedule..
Computer destruction is only one part to avoiding all the risks of e-waste. Learn more about GigaBiter's E-risk assessments and consulting services to avoid E-risks in the future.