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Certification Scorecard: July 7, 2022

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

ARBIZ Corporation of Nagoya-shi, Aichi, Japan; Anchor Network ServiceHead OfficeKatsushika Reuse Partner Center of Katsushika-ku, Tokyo; Anchor Network ServiceMatsudo Recycle Partner Center of Chiba, Japan; Anchor Network ServiceOsaka Eco Line Station of Osaka, Japan; Anchor Network ServiceTokyo Eco Line Center of Edogawa-ku, Tokyo; Anchor Network ServiceToyota Eco Line Station of Toyota-shi, Aichi, Japan; ecoTech Management of Holbrook, N.Y.; and Great Lakes Electronics Corporation of Sterling Heights, Mich.

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. 

Carrier Car Service of Mie, Japan; Commodity Resource & Environmental of Mojave, Calif.; Data Destruction of Tucson, Ariz.; Data Destruction of Golden, Colo.; Diablo Paper Shredding of Walnut Creek, Calif.; Felder Shredding of Mobile, Ala.; J&K Secure Shredding of Chester, Pa.; Kanazawa Shigyo of Ishikawa, Japan; KATANA of Geneva; Morioto of Ehime, Japan; Pupfish Sustainability Solutions of Hauppauge, N.Y.; RDV Systems of Miyagi, Japan; RecordsPro/Shredmonkey of Indianapolis; Reisswolf Heesch of Heesch, Netherlands; R.K. Black of Oklahoma City; Secure Shredding and Recycling of Baton Rouge, La.; SHIMADA SHOTEN of Toyama, Japan; Shredlogix of San Jose, Calif.; Shred Right (a Rohn Industries company) of Minneapolis; Sipi Asset Recovery of Elk Grove Village, Ill.; Sipi Asset Recovery of Hayward, Calif.; TAKAJYO of Osaka, Japan; and The Information Management Group of Wellington, New Zealand.

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