A subsidiary of Igneo Technologies, evTerra Recycling has achieved e-Stewards certification at its headquarters location in Atlanta and its newly opened locations near Las Vegas and Chicago.
The following are facilities that have achieved, renewed or otherwise regained R2 certification recently:
America Asset of Orlando, Fla.; Arrow Scrap Corporation locations in West Babylon, N.Y. and Holbrook, N.Y.; eWorks ESI of Elk Grove Village, Ill.; Ferromex del Norte (dba FDN Recycling) of Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico; two Groupe Aptas Division Environek, section techno locations in Sainte-Marie, Quebec; ITAP Operations Panama of France Field, Zona Libre de Colon, Panama; OEM Source of Roselle, N.J.; Ombligo (dba TechMikeNY and BuildMyServer) of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Renew IT Group locations in the Australian cities of Dandenong South, Victoria, Fyshwick, Australia Capital Territory, and Hemmant, Queensland; Square Group of Chantilly, Va.; The Alchemist Tech & Electronics of Flowery Branch, Ga.; The Insley Organization (dba Quick Ship Brands) of Phoenix; and Upward Assets of Oklahoma City.
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.
Affordable Shred and Storage of Springfield, Ill.; Asia Data Destruction of Bangkok, Thailand; Crown Shredding (dba Crown Information Management) of North Fort Myers, Fla.; Docu Shred of East Grand Forks, Minn.; GoodShred of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Green Tech Assets of Pawtucket, R.I.; Highland Shredding of Woburn, Mass.; iSecure of Grants Pass, Ore.; Opportunity Village of Henderson, Nev.; and PlanITROI of Denville, N.J.