We proudly maintain a wide range of industry-critical certifications and accreditations, illustrating our commitment to promoting a circular economy and giving our customers confidence that all of our services meet the highest standards.
The e-Stewards Certification is a rigorous, intensive set of performance requirements created specifically for the ITAD industry to provide the highest levels of social and environmental protection.
Similar to the WEEE directive in Europe, Germany’s Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act oversees the sale, disposal, and recycling of any electrical and electronic equipment.
Developed by the German Institute for Standardization, DIN 66399 certification involves destruction requirements across six media categories based on security levels.
Manages quality across any size organization, enforcing quality management systems
Ensures that companies’ internal environmental management systems are up to par with global standards
Helps organizations maintain and improve management systems that protect, reduce, prepare for, and recover from disruptions while maintaining a predetermined level of functioning.
Better equips companies in the secure management of assets
Regulations to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks, and create better, safer working conditions.
The National Association of Information Destruction (NAID) certification relies on a strict set of principles when handling and recycling data-bearing devices, as well as adhering to the highest security and ethics standards in the information destruction industry.
Responsible Recycling (R2) provides criteria for responsible reuse and recycling practices throughout electronics’ lifecycles, especially toward the end. The certification acts as a formal tool for ongoing evaluation and monitoring of corporate operations.
The WEEELABEX certification relies on a comprehensive set of technical requirements for the collection, sorting, storage, transportation, preparation for re-use, treatment, processing, and disposal of all kinds of e-waste.