Computer Recycling Solutions

Computer Recycling Services

Reliable Computer Recycling Services
in New Hampshire

Turn to CRS for convenient, secure, and cost-effective computer recycling services in New Hampshire and surrounding areas. We make the process simple while keeping you compliant with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Get in touch with our team for more information.

Laptops On Table

Asset Recovery

We offer reliable asset recovery for all of your IT assets, such as computers, network equipment, servers, and more. By recycling your old computers and electronics, we can help your organization get the maximum possible value for depreciated, retired, or unwanted electronic equipment.

Computer System

Serialized Inventory

We offer asset reporting to ensure your confidence in our destruction services. Your assets will be included in our inventory list with all identification stripped. The serial numbers for the assets will be recorded as well. Furthermore, we will record and store the items that will be destroyed for auditing purposes and to ensure accountability. We will then provide you with an inventory list for optimal transparency.

Hard Drive

Data Destruction

We offer multiple processes to ensure the total destruction of your sensitive data. This solution will be based on your specific needs.

Shredded HD

Physical Destruction​

If you opt to have your hard drives physically destroyed, trust us. We work closely with the largest foundries nationwide to provide you with top-notch incineration. In this process, your hard drives will be shredded, melted down, and then reused for their aluminum content. We will also provide you with certificates of destruction. Regardless of which process you choose; we create an inventory of the drives by capturing each serial number for your records.
Hard Drive Sets

Data Wiping​

We use the Department of Defense (DoD) standards for data erasure, also known as DoD 5220.22-M, to ensure that all sensitive data is no longer accessible on your hard drives, solid-state drives, or RAID configurations. The DOD standard involves a 3-pass process for overwriting devices.