ITAD Tech gives the enterprise client a secure, reliable, and compliant solution for their IT asset disposition (ITAD) challenges.
We bring the size and experience to maximize your inventory's value and maximize the time you spend managing other projects.
We are R2:2013, ISO 14001:2004, ISO 9001:2008, and OHSAS 18001 certified and we are a Microsoft Certified Refurbisher.
Fill out our form and we will reach out with info on how we can responsibly remove equipment and unlock value for you.
Join host Bill Baron (Co-Founder of ITAD Tech in ATL, GA) as he interviews Bob McCarthy (SERI Instructor, GreenEye Partners) for the first episode in an educational podcast series, investigating topics surrounding the Information Technology Asset Disposition industry, with specifics about Responsible Recycling (R2) certification, and the great need for social responsibility across all aspects of reuse and recycling of IT equipment. Enjoy!
Frequently Asked Questions
What do you recycle?
We recycle technology hardware. This includes computers, monitors, printers, network communication devices, and similar equipment.
Are you regional or nationwide?
Although we do have clients who ship in equipment from across the nation, our focus is on the Southeastern United States, specifically the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Do you work with individuals?
Our primary focus is on business. However, we will work with individuals if they have a large quantity of goods.
How does ITAD Tech handle disposal of sensitive information residing on the hard drive?
We can either wipe the hard drive through state-of-the-art technology or destroy the hard drive through the traditional punch hole method or by shredding. This can be done at our facility or yours, thus eliminating the risk of any of your secure information being divulged.
How can ITAD Tech help my company make money?
Through our extensive network of refurbishers we can often identify technology that still retains financial value. Depending on the age and type of technology, customized strategies can be made specifically for you to help you make money.
Can I get a certificate of destruction?
Yes, we currently can provide certificates of destruction as well as chain of custody documents.
"Working with you guys allowed us to convert unused equipment collecting dust into technology we needed. Thanks for finding a creative way to make my budget stretch a little further!"
- Tommy S, Greenville, SC
"I will recommend you to anyone. You were responsive and absolute pros during the take-out. My equipment was decommissioned in the correct way so I know I’m not going to deal with legal or environmental issues down the road. Thank you for solving an issue for me. I barely have time to do my own job and appreciate that you managed the removal with limited oversight from me or my team."
Julie B, Atlanta, GA
"Glad I found you…Thanks for not only removing my unwanted technology, but for making sure my data was destroyed. Your prices were reasonable and your follow through outstanding."
Robert R, Marietta, GA
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