PC Survivors of Massachusetts, LLC

342 Circuit Street Unit 4 Hanover, MA 02339
Service Area: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and more...

Accepted Items

  • Drop Off Accepted: Yes
  • Drop Off Hours: 9AM-5PM Monday through Friday (Closed Major Holidays)
  • Details

    PC Survivors of Massachusetts, L.L.C. is an R2/RIOS™ Certified Responsible Recycler of Electronics including Secure On-site Hard Drive/Solid State Drive Data Shredding and Asset Management Solutions.

    PC Survivors of Massachusetts, L.L.C. is committed to adhering to the R2/RIOS™ Practices/Principles while maintaining conformance to the requirements of our QEH&S management system. We are equally committed to meet or exceed our customer requirements, to continually improve our processes, to prevent pollution and work place injuries, and to maintain compliance with relevant Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety legislation and regulations. The goal of PCS of Massachusetts, L.L.C.’s operation is to have a positive impact on the environment through responsible recycling practices that includes the conservation of metals, plastics, and other non-renewable resources. Consistent with these core operations, it is PCS of Massachusetts, L.L.C’s overall goal to accomplish our business objectives while meeting and exceeding the environmental and health & safety expectations of our management, employees, customers, suppliers, and regulators.

    R2/RIOS™ certification is solely for electronics recyclers to demonstrate to customers that electronics equipment is being recycled with the highest standards for environmental protection, worker health and safety, data privacy, and facility security. A facility that has invested R2/RIOS™ certification has upgraded to the highest, most responsible standards in recycling.

    PCS of Massachusetts’ Seven Step Data Destruction Process safeguards that all Data shall be destroyed consistent with the Department of Defense (DoD 5220-M), National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST SP 800-88 Revision 1), Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA Public Law 104-191), and the National Security Agency (NSA/CSS Specification 04-02 & 02), ensuring that your sensitive and regulated information has been compliantly destroyed using the most effective measures.

    Storage devices that must have data destruction include but are not limited to: microfilm/fiche, cellular phones, PDAs, routers, switches, VPNs, firewalls, copy machines, fax machines, phone system voicemail, printers, floppy disks, hard drives, solid state drives, zip drives, jazz drives, tape reels, cassettes, magnetic tapes, CDs, DVDs, compact media cards, SD cards, smart cards, and flash memory devices.

    We have experienced and knowledgeable sales specialists in several areas: Desktops, Laptops, Networking, Servers, Telecom, Medical, and Laboratory Equipment.

    Please contact us if you're thinking of selling your used equipment, or maybe you have unused surplus equipment that you no longer need. Either way, our appraisal team will quickly get back to you after establishing fair market value.

    The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) and MassDEP host this list to help businesses find recycling service providers. Listings are self-reported and do not imply a recommendation or endorsement by CET or MassDEP.