Author Elizabeth Wilmot

Destroying Hard Drives in Long Island

Long Island gets its name from being both the longest and the largest island in the contiguous United States.  Long Island is one of the most densely populated regions in the United States and its economy plays a prominent role in scientific research and in engineering.  In addition, many major technology companies have recently made Long Island a center for the computer industry.  As home to the East Coast’s largest industrial park, the Hauppauge Industrial Park, Long Island has over 1,300 companies employing more than 71,000 Long Islanders. Overall, Long Island’s multifaceted industry, research and technology based economy is why Data Killers specializes in destroying hard drives in Long Island for an array of customers.

With Long Island’s economy centered on manufacturing, research and technology, Data Killers on-site destruction has become a very useful and relied upon source for secure and certified data destruction.   We specialize in both classified and non-classified hard drive shredding, tape and media shredding, NSA approved degaussing and incineration services for large quantities of tapes.   We also offer FDA and CPSC product destruction for defective products and recalled items.  We offer service throughout New York, including but not limited to Long Island; Manhattan; Brooklyn; Buffalo; Albany; Lake Placid; Syracuse and the entire eastern seaboard.  Our fully-equipped destruction trucks can come to any site complete with state-of-the-art, patent protected hard drive and tape shredders as well as NSA approved degaussers.  Recently, our team of technicians was on-site destroying hard drives in Long Island for one of our long term repeat customers.

Our customer headquartered in Long Island is a Fortune 1000 company that sells personal computers, computer supplies, consumer electronics and industrial products through multiple e-Commerce web sites and retail stores, as well as through relationship marketers and direct mail catalogs that are circulated in North America and Europe.  This project consisted of scanning serial numbers, degaussing and shredding 2,500 hard drives.  Although our customer’s hard drives were not classified, they wanted their hard drives treated as classified.  This destruction process includes NSA degaussing followed by shredding the drives to 10mm.  The client witnessed the entire destruction process because it was a corporate requirement.  Data Killers process for destroying hard drives in Long Island is compliant with all local, state, and federal regulations.