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Certification Scorecard: Sept. 30, 2021

The following are facilities that have achieved, renewed or otherwise regained R2 certification recently:

AIM Ecycling of Toledo, Ohio; Battery Recycling Made Easy of Calhoun, Ga.; Citi Zone USA of Miami; HOBI International of Dallas; Keystone Technology Management (a division of Keystone Memory Group) of Langhorne, Pa.; Li-Cycle locations in the New York cities of Wester and Rochester; Minerales Korima of Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico; Ocean Enterprises of Eden Prairie, Minn.; Ocean Enterprises (dba OceanTech) of Minneapolis; PN California of Bellflower, Calif.; Silverback Communications-Ecycle Florida of Tampa, Fla.; Sustainable Asset Management Solutions of Singapore; Tom Seabrook Company (dba TSC, Inc.) of Auburn, Ga.; Tri-Star Electronics Recycling of Nashville, Tenn.; Veterans Alliance Resourcing of Manor, Texas; and Windfield Alloy of Atkinson, N.H.

After completing successful audits, the organizations listed below achieved one or more of these NAID AAA certifications: physical destruction of hard drives, physical destruction of solid state devices, over-writing or degaussing of physical hard drives, over-writing of solid state devices. 

Access CIG (locations throughout the U.S.); Access Information Management of Canada, ULC (locations throughout Canada); Augusta Data Storage of Augusta, Ga.; Iron Mountain Information Management (locations throughout the U.S. and Canada); Opportunity Distributing of Minnetonka, Minn.; Premier Surplus of Dawsonville, Ga.; Rocycle of Dade City, Fla.; Universal Recycling Technologies of Janesville, Wis.; and VRC Companies (locations throughout the U.S.).

Visit our archive to view previous editions of the scorecard.

 

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