DESTRUCTION

Safe, Reliable and Effective Product Destruction
 
 
 

What type of product destruction services does OEW Recycling provide?

These services include destruction of electronic storage media such as hard drives, compact discs, cassette tapes, and other media. We also can de-manufacture products that have been returned by your customers, damaged in handling, failed quality inspections, have expired, or are obsolete. This process ensures maximum recycling of the component parts but guarantees that the products do not reappear in the market place. In addition, we destroy test-runs or prototype versions of products that are no longer required. OEW has processes in place for maintaining and protecting the "chain of custody" of all products we receive for destruction. In addition, we provide digital and print audit trail for your records.

 

What type of document destruction services does OEW Recycling provide?

Businesses and organizations often have sensitive materials that are no longer needed. Tax returns, accounting records, medical records, employee records, customer files, and many other confidential documents need to be destroyed. Our main facility is equipped with powerful shredding equipment that renders these documents unreadable. We arrange to collect your sensitive documents (in locked containers), transport them to our facility, and systematically destroy them – all under conditions of guaranteed confidentiality.

 

 

Does OEW provide documentation of the destruction?

Yes. Depending on the requirements of the business, we provide different types of documentation. We can provide a video record of the destruction itself in addition to providing still photos. In all cases we will supply a Certificate of Destruction documenting the date, time, and method of destruction for all items that were destroyed.

SAMPLE CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION


OEW Recycling helps people change their throwaway habits by providing ecologically friendly, profitable, and easy ways to start making a positive impact on the environment.


Industrial facilities generate waste materials from their manufacturing, quality assurance, and packaging processes. Tons of recyclable materials are generated daily.