PC Disposal is proud to announce that North Carolina area businesses can now have their IT equipment picked up from their loading dock and delivered directly to our computer recycling center. You must have more than 25 pieces of equipment to qualify.
All cities and towns within the state qualify for our delivery service. In addition to cities like Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro, we also provide computer disposal services for Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville and everywhere in between!
PCD makes the process simple and worry-free.
Since 1998, PC Disposal has built its reputation by protecting our clients from liability. We take title to your office equipment. That means your computers and electronic equipment becomes ours. It's no longer your responsibility. It's no longer your worry.
That's why we're trusted by government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Our environmentally-friendly computer disposal services are 100% HIPAA, HITECH, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, FACTA Red Flags Rule and EPA compliant. Plus, PC Disposal is R2 certified as a responsible recycler.
We make it easy to recycle computers. We'll destroy hard drives or thoroughly remove all data from hard disks using Department of Defense recommended methods. PC Disposal provides a certified report detailing the PC recycling services performed and confirming software removal. This service is backed by a $1,000,000 guarantee.
Plus, PC Disposal offers a whole new layer of security by transporting highly sensitive data using our new PrivaCage™ secure equipment containers. In the past, many companies would try to erase their hard drives before shipping them off to a recycling company. By transporting computers in a locked steel cage, we keep your data away from prying eyes until the hard drives are thoroughly sanitized or destroyed. This saves your IT staff hours of valuable time.
“When you want it done efficiently and properly, PC Disposal is the company to work with. They've been providing services for our company for years.”
Gordon Ghroman, President
“I had the opportunity to visit the PC Disposal facility. I was impressed by operation and the great staff. I am very happy with the service.”
Romy Riddle, President