Government-Certified Electronic Recycling and Data Destruction For Miami, Florida Residents

Miami, Fl – 07 January 2014. To ensure customer satisfaction, every service must adhere to established standards. Miami Florida is a top-rated service for disposing of electronic devices and appliances. This quality service is measured not only by effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability but also by the receipt of certifications from various governing boards.

eCycle is a Florida-based service provider that offers exceptional e-cycling services. It also participates in or leads many recycling events such as government recycling. Miami residents are increasingly turning to the company for help with electronic waste.

Miami residents take advantage of data destruction and recycling

Miami is home to approximately 80,000 people from all walks and ethnicities. Miami is one of the most populous cities in the state. This will lead to an increase in electronic wastes being dumped at landfills. eCycle is able to save the city from electronic junks that could be harmful to the environment.

eCycle government-certified data destruction and e-cycling services are backed up with numerous governing boards.

Organizations and Government Laws Recognizing Data Destruction Procedures

Authority standards can be inclined on businesses and other government offices. Residents have the same rights to authority-certified services as clients. Data destruction is a serious process with the aim of protecting companies. Therefore, governing boards have established standards or designated offices to certify that data wiping procedures are performed.

  • National Industry Security Program (NISP). NISP is an authority that provides classified information access and destruction to private industry. eCycle data destruction services were compliant with NISP regulations. This ensures that private sectors have effective data destruction and sanitation.
  • Fair Credit Transactions Act 2003 (FACTA) This federal law was created for credit score reporting agencies. Consumers and companies alike are sensitive to credit score. eCycle supports data destruction procedures in accordance with its standards.
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, (HIPAA) This law is for data handling and transactions related to health insurance coverage that are applicable to employees and facilities in the industry. HIPAA compliant hospital data destruction guarantees total data wipeout for medical and insurance facilities that exceeds the standards established by authorities.
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB). This regulation applies to bank companies that handle sensitive financial information. This act must be followed when deleting their data in preparation for disposal.

To ensure clients are safe, electronic recycling and data destruction must be in compliance with all applicable laws. eCycle offers these services that are government-certified.

This post was written by Steven Elia Co-Founder and Recycling Director at eCycle Florida. eCycle Florida is a R2 Certified electronics recycling company in the state of Florida. Our processes and procedures are dedicated to the proper destruction and recycling of your electronics. eCycle Florida is your go-to for Pinellas County electronics recycling.