About Computer Recycling Center
Computer Recycling Center, LLC is Southern Missouri’s only NAID AAA and R2 Certified electronics recycling facility. All employees are drug screened and nationally background checked to ensure the highest standard of data security for all of our customers.
We offer peace of mind to anyone concerned about data security during the IT asset disposal process. Our secure facility and professional staff ensure that your data is kept secure from initial receipt to final disposition, and our processes are designed to align with, meet, and exceed industry standards.
Computer Recycling Center houses a Data Destruction Lab that allows individuals and businesses to witness the destruction of their personal and sensitive data storage devices. The facility also has 24/7 video surveillance. CRC is a controlled access facility: all persons enter and exit through a single access point, and guests in high-security areas are escorted at all times. We are vigilant about day-to-day operational security and diligent about safeguarding all customer data. All data-bearing devices are placed in a secured area until the data sanitization/destruction process is complete.
NAID AAA Certified
Computer Recycling Center, LLC has been a National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) member since 2013. We are NAID AAA Certified and abide by NAID data security policies to ensure protection for all of our customers.
Downstream Data Coverage
Computer Recycling Center is insured by Downstream Data Coverage, the only professional liability coverage developed specifically by NAID for data destruction services.
The Sustainable Electronics Reuse and Recycling R2 Standard (R2v3) certification, which is recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is a set of voluntary principles and guidelines designed to promote and assess responsible practices for electronics recyclers. A management system is required that is accountable for practices affecting worker health and safety, security, the environment, and the downstream management, both domestically and internationally, of end-of-life electronic material and equipment.
ISO 14001 are environmental management standards that exist to help organizations minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment, comply with applicable laws and continually improve processes.
ISO 45001 is a Occupational Health and Safety standard that involves the safety of workers.