PC & Electronics
Miami and Dade County
ERASE | SHRED | RECYCLE | REUSE
Dade County E-Waste Recycling | Asset Tag Tracking | Computer Liquidation| Hard Drive Shredding
For over 6 Years, companies in Miami and Dade County have looked to Excess I.T. Hardware (EIH) for secure, efficient and cost effective electronics recycling. Serving Financial Service companies on Brickell Avenue and Coral Gables to Doctors and Hospitals in Aventura and Miami Gardens, EIH performs HIPAA compliant, detailed, secure, computer recycling. PCs are tracked from the time of collection through data erasure and destruction, to the final certificate of data security and recycling. At your office or our facility, Excess I.T. Hardware can erase or destroy all hard drives and storage media.
Our Service Areas Include:
Boca Raton, Pompano, Port St. Lucie, Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and South Florida Surrounding Areas
Our Services Miami
CERTIFIED ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
All items are recycled in accordance with all Local, State and Federal guidelines. A certificate of recycling is issued for each project.
SECURE DATA DESTRUCTION
Excess IT Hardware uses the most current data erasing, sanitation and data destruction processes that meet the latest NIST 800-88 standards.
IT ASSET LIQUIDATION
Maximize the ROI on your company’s excess and decommissioned technology assets.
The safety of our employees and donors comes
Data is an asset, and we protect those who use our service.
We provide not only a service, but we give back to the local and national communities.
We are grateful for the work we can perform on behalf of our clients.
Words, actions and deeds.
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Excess IT Hardware provides professional IT asset management services designed to help companies track assets, streamline operations and improve overall data security. We also provide comprehensive and auditable data destruction services that adhere to the latest NIST 800-88 guidelines for secure data destruction. Our entire process meets state guidelines and EPA’s recommendations for the proper recycling and disposal of e-waste.