ITAD Resale for ITAD Resellers
The demand for IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) services is increasing, creating a unique opportunity for resale of our resources. Capitalize on the opportunity to sell ITAD services as part of your own portfolio, with program execution provided by eWaste ePlanet.
Offering your customers IT takeout services when you install new equipment solves an important pain point for them. When you attach IT asset disposition (ITAD) services to the sale of a new package, you build a new revenue stream and help your customer plan for their assets’ safe retirement. Use our ITAD solutions to help your clients achieve compliance, mitigate risk, and keep e-waste out of landfills.
Secure Pickup and Transport
Our strict guidelines for packaging, collecting and transporting assets ensures a secure Chain of Custody while protecting you from unnecessary risk and expense.
eWaste ePlanet ensures that data-bearing devices are sanitized safely and properly using methods aligned with NIST 800-88 and Department of Defense guidelines. Drives that cannot be sanitized are shredded to prevent data recovery.
Repurposing & Recycling
eWaste ePlanet puts an emphasis on repurposing e-waste in order to extend the life of electronic equipment and keep it out of landfills. We offer dismantling, refurbishment, and remarketing of assets to promote sustainability. We follow strict guidelines that meet or exceed today's leading environmental standards to recycle scrap materials.
Throughout the ITAD process, eWaste ePlanet offers a secure and transparent Chain of Custody, ending with a Certificate of Destruction, Certificate of Recycling, or fully detailed, Serialized Audit Report of all the devices and hard drives we've processed.
Our reporting and certification establishes a transfer of liability, and assures that all items entrusted to eWaste ePlanet are in fact destroyed and recycled in a compliant manner. This documentation is your tangible proof of a job well done and can be used for audit purposes.
Our Data Destruction services meet the standards set forth by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD 5220.22M Specifications) and the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST 800-88 Guidelines for Media Destruction).