Loudoun County’s Recycling and Data Destruction Event
Loudoun County understands that providing a green alternative to the computer recycling dilemma empowers community members to reduce their personal carbon footprints and is providing a recycling and data destruction event for the community on Saturday, December 5, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 751 Miller Drive, SE, Leesburg, 20175. Limit five items per vehicle (a one cubic-foot size box or equivalent size container for smaller items will be considered one item).
Securis processes just about anything that plugs in. See our List of Acceptable Items for more information.
Who: Open to all
When: Saturday, December 5, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: 751 Miller Drive, SE, Leesburg, 20175
Cost (No cash or checks, please – accepting credit or debit cards only.):
$10.00/TV or Monitor
$4.00/hard drive onsite shredding
$20.00/hard drive onsite shredding if not removed from the computer
Limit five items per vehicle (a one cubic-foot size box or equivalent size container for smaller items will be considered one item).
Our security technicians will be located within the building’s parking lot.
When you pull into the parking lot, there will be Securis technicians to assist you and direct you to the correct line:
Row 1: Recycling only (no shredding)
Row 2: Hard drive is already removed and needs shredding
Row 3: Hard drive is NOT removed and needs shredding
Please remain in your vehicle and allow event staff to unload any items. Items must be placed in the rear of the vehicle, such as the trunk of a car, the bed of a pickup truck, or the very back of an SUV. Items will not be accepted from the front seat, back seat, or if the driver attempts to hand an item to staff.
100% Zero Landfill
At Securis, 100 percent of each electronic asset entrusted to the firm is recycled. Absolutely nothing is left to be disposed of in a landfill. All recycling is processed domestically to ensure the highest level of security for your organization.
100% Zero Export
Securis does not export any electronics to developing countries or non-OECD countries.
Securis believes that the decision to recycle can easily become the cornerstone of any organization’s larger green initiatives. It is a natural extension of global responsibility that illustrates your organization’s dedication to a better tomorrow and can be a value-added marketing tool that inspires a different level of confidence from your customers, partners, and affiliates.
This event will be offering hard drive shredding and degaussing. A trained Securis technician will remove the hard drive from your computer, laptop, or server while you watch. The hard drive is then dropped into our industrial shredder and ground into small pieces. The process only takes a few minutes. You will leave with peace of mind that your information is gone forever.
Securis employs an HPM-1 Degausser which guarantees that data is completely erased. The HPM-1 degausser’s listing in the NSA DEPL guarantees you that your data is completely gone and will not end up in the wrong hands.
Certified by the Defense Logistics Information Service to handle classified, mission-critical military data, Securis is one of the first companies to receive R2 and NAID certification in data destruction including complete compliance with every federal, state, and industry regulation. Securis’ data destruction services are for effective management of any organization’s data storage assets and are designed to meet or exceed all National Security Agency (NSA) requirements. We provide the highest standard of service to all federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as corporate entities wishing to responsibly and permanently destroy all data storage devices. Data destruction methods are in compliance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication Series 800-88.
If you have any additional questions concerning this event, please feel free to contact your Securis representative, Dan Mattock at 703-436-1967.