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Electronics and IT Asset Disposition ITAD Services

IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) is the process of securely and responsibly reusing or recycling of electronic assets which are no longer needed or no longer in service.

Data security, information privacy, and environmental protection must all be addressed to safeguard an organization’s reputation and prevent costly fines. ITAD providers, at a minimum, should meet critical requirements for:

  • Data Security
  • Information Privacy
  • Environmental Protection
  • Traceability
  • Compliance
  • Redeployment
  • Remarketing
  • Recycling
  • Circular Economy

With the acceleration of new technology, the line between “electronic assets” and “IT assets” becomes blurred through an increasing number of data bearing devices, an increase in the amount of data devices bear, the introduction of The Internet of Things (IOT), and is compounded by the mountain of legacy devices that many organizations have stockpiled.

HME Waste Management is the largest fully integrated ITAD service provider in India with the smallest downstream footprint of any competitor. This means HME Waste Management is able to process both data-bearing and non-data bearing assets for your organization while ensuring 100% data destruction and reducing environmental impact, all while maximizing asset recovery value.

HME Waste Management takes asset tracking seriously, and developed the industry leading proprietary software Optech. Optech tracks every IT asset from the moment it arrives at HME Waste Management to its final disposition and provides 100% transparency into HME Waste Management’s operations through an easy to use client portal and mobile application.

HME Waste Management provides an end-to-end program to manage the complete disposition of retired Electronic & IT assets, ensuring 100% data destruction, maximizing asset value recovery, minimizing penalty charges & fines, ensuring complete regulatory compliance, and meeting or surpassing all corporate risk management requirements. Examples of some of the devices HME Waste Management processes include:

Data Centers

Servers, Routers, Switches

Office Equipment

Printers, Postage Meters, Phone Systems

Specialty Devices

Gaming/Slot Machines, Medical Equipment Government Equipment, Solar Panels

Consumer Electronics

Battery-powered Toys, Handheld Games, Smart Watches

General Electrical and Electronics Scrap
Productivity Devices

Computers, Tablets, Laptops, and Phones

Video Display Devices

Televisions and Monitors

POS Devices

Registers, Scanners, Self-Checkout, ATMs

Industrial Electronics

Instrumentation and Control Devices, Lab Equipment, Metering

Nearly Any Device With A Cord or Battery

We live in an ever-evolving world filled with a growing number of electronic devices. With office and personal equipment becoming more complex, data centers storing millions and even billions of gigabytes of personally identifiable information, and an increase in the average number of devices used by individuals, the need for proper end of life disposition is more critical than ever. No longer do we have to just worry about computers and phones, but devices such as smart watches, digital children’s toys, household devices, cars, and more all include internet connectivity and data bearing capabilities.

Companies are required to ensure data is properly destroyed and are challenged by ever-changing privacy laws. While environmental and data security laws differ from state to state in the U.S., for global companies, this is compounded by a slew of international laws including landfill bans, e-waste legislation, data privacy regulations, and cybersecurity regulations. In certain locations, there are specific documents required to move assets from an office to a processing facility. This documentation is compounded further by complex tax laws and trade-free zones. HME helps companies navigate all of these regulatory issues to ensure 100% compliance and avoid hefty fines and negative publicity.

Data Security, Information Privacy, and Environmental Protection must all be addressed to safeguard an organization’s brand and prevent costly fines. Every organization is responsible to adhere to federal, state, industry, and international laws regarding Data Security, Information Privacy, and Environmental Protection. Failure to do so may result in fines along with critical damage to ones brand and reputation. Using HME for Electronics and IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) services safeguards customers from all scenarios and minimizes its risk and stature; reputational, litigation, business, and operational risk.

To learn more about how HME can help your company navigate complex IT Asset Disposition challenges, click below to contact an ITAD expert or call HME Waste Management .