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

eRevival of Baltimore; FedEx Supply Chain of Lebanon, Tenn.; Greenland Resource of Fairview, N.J.; Renew IT (NZ) of Silverdale, Auckland, New Zealand; Resource E Waste Solutions of Haridwar, Uttrakhand, India; TPC Group of Holbrook, N.Y.; and Universal Recycling Technologies of Fort Worth, Texas. 

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. 

Abrams Mobile Doc. Dest. Svc. of Thomasville, Ga.; ASDD, a division of The Centers for Habilitation, of Tempe, Ariz.; Aegis Solutions of Walpole, Mass.; AnythingIT of North Bergen, N.J.; Desert Document Shredders of Yuma, Ariz.; Digital Bridge of Milwaukee; DMD Systems Recovery of Tempe, Ariz.; E-Cycle Enterprises of Dallas, Texas; Evterra Recycling of North Las Vegas, Nev.; First Choice Computer Recycling of Eau Claire, Wis.; Legal Shred NY of Deer Park, N.Y.; Material Recovery Solutions, CCP of Meyersdale, Pa.; North Coast Services of Concord, N.H.; Northwest Shredders of Woodward, Okla.; PACE Enterprises of West Virginia of Morgantown, W.Va.; Paper Storm of Pillager, Minn.; Recycle Boise of Boise, Idaho; ShredSmart of Prospect, Conn.; Shredway of Fairbanks, Alaska; Sustainable Services of Texarkana, Texas; WV Technologies of Coolaroo, Victoria, Australia; Watchdog Document Services of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and Wisetek Solutions locations in Winchester, Va., Northborough, Mass. and Sacramento, Calif.