Single Point of Contact takes waste liabilities off your companies shoulders. The use of electronic products has grown substantially over the past two decades. Statistics from the Computer Take Back campaign show that companies and the general public buy a staggering number of new computers each year. 2.35 billion units were sold in 2013, this number included (the combined shipments of PCs, tablets and mobile phones). Single Point of Contact is a big advocate of promoting an eCycling Campaign with your firm’s help, we can make a difference by keeping electronics out of landfill.
Our professionals can be at your facility within 48 hours to pickup your old computers and electronics waste. We take care of all of the loading and hauling away of your discarded equipment.
It is very important that your e-waste is not shipped overseas. Exportation exploits labor, the environment, and exposes your company to international universal/hazardous waste laws.
Single Point of Contact guarantees complete physical destruction of all hard drives. Our shredding process will turn your hard drive into pebble sized pieces in seconds
Many people take for granted how much information is stored on a computer hard drive. From the inner workings of a business to personal information about employees it is all on the hard drives of our computers. That is why Single Point of Contact guarantees complete physical destruction of all hard drives. Our shredding process will turn your hard drive into pebble sized pieces in seconds, thus eliminating all of your company’s data liabilities. There are currently four data laws that hold businesses accountable for their employee, client, and vendor information. Below are the four different federal Acts that affect how any type of entity needs to handle the destruction of their information.
Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)
The law requires the destruction – “shredding or burning” or “smashing or wiping” – of all paper or computer disks containing personal information “derived from consumer information” before it is discarded.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Is a federal law intended to protect the privacy of student education records. Disclosure is only allowed by written consent of the parent or eligible student.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPAA)
To ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all electronic protected health information the covered entity creates, receives, maintains, or transmits.
Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)
Companies must demonstrate a consistent application of their stated records retention policy in order to verify the SEC filings consistently match all paper and electronic documentation.
Our professional team will go anywhere in your facility to retrieve e-waste for recycling.
None of your e-waste needs to be palletized or boxed. We will handle all of the packaging and logistics upon arrival.
Single Point of Contact will arrive with all of the necessary equipment to load our trucks.
Every pick up includes the following documentation:
Single Point of Contact currently services the San Francisco Bay Area with a pick-up service. We will provide all labor, logistics, and proper paper work for your pick up. Please call our office for immediate pick up.
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Servicing firms of all sizes in the San Francisco Bay Area.
If you’re in the Bay Area give us a call and our ecycling team will take care of it. Call us at 800-791-4300 and we’ll be in touch or click the button below and fill out the form and we’ll get back with you within 4 business hours PST.