What is electronic media?
Electronic Media is defined as any electronically generated storage that is used to record information, including, but not limited to hard disks, magnetic tapes, compact disks, video tapes, audio tapes, and removable storage such as floppy and zip disks.
Stone can completely destroy all obsolete electronic media and equipment and recycle all components in a green manor. You can rest assure that your confidential electronic information will never be comprised or ever disposed of in a landfill. The final product is recyclable and 100% unreadable.
Electronic media is picked up and transported in our locked vehicles to our secure
plant. A completed and signed Materials Collection Receipt is supplied to you
prior to our departure from your facility. The destruction is performed by our
security professionals at our secure plant.
Examples of electronic media and equipment that can be destroyed are:
- Audio tapes
- VHS cassette tapes
- Floppy disks
- Compact disks
- Film on reels
- Hard drives
- Other data storage tapes
- Phone systems
- Copiers and printers