Includes New Location Opening in Palm Beach County
Leading electronics and computer recycler, Southeastern Data (SED), announced an expansion of its operations and a new location within the county of Palm Beach, Florida.
Michael Stubblebine, President of Southeastern Data, said “The best way to build a local economy is to ensure that home-grown companies like Southeastern Data continue to succeed and grow. This expansion will create jobs while allowing organizations in South Florida to successfully manage their assets and keep the community free from adding e-waste to landfills.” Currently, less than 20 percent of e-waste is recycled, the rest ends up landfills and incinerators where dangerous chemicals from e-waste can leach into the ground and water. *
In addition to electronics recycling, Southeastern Data also provides its customers with Data Security services. Stubblebine added, “Each customer receives peace of mind when recycling their electronics with us. We have high standards when it comes to data security and follow the Department of Defense standards for wiping data-containing devices. We offer mobile and on-site hard drive shredding, a popular service that come with 100% reliability and a guarantee.” SED offers it e-recycling service to businesses, medical, financial, and educational intuitions, as-well-as other manufacturing, municipal, and government organizations.
The expansion comes on the heels of last month's announcement that the Palm Beach County School District awarded SED its contract for handling and managing all obsolete, excess, and end-of-life computers and electronics from more than 185 schools and numerous ancillary facilities.
Stubblebine stated that the company is extending its services to all organizations including businesses, schools, facilities, government offices, and manufacturing entities in Palm Beach County and surrounding areas throughout South Florida. The company also plans to offer its e-recycling services to residents or non-business soon. For a complete list of accepted items, visit https://southeasterndata.com/west-palm-beach-electronics-recycling.
“This is a very exciting time for all of us,” said Stubblebine “We are focused on long-term strategic growth, continued commitment to sustainability, proper electronics and computer recycling, and supporting the communities where we live and work.”
About Southeastern Data
Since 1996, Southeastern Data has been a leader in the e-recycling business with locations in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, and Indiana. Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the company’s services include, computerOrlando and electronics recycling, logistics management, data security, mobile hard-drive shredding, asset management, and remarketing pre-owned computers and electronics for businesses, government, military, schools and universities, healthcare, and manufacturing. The ISO 14001-certified company is a Florida and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved recycler and Authorized Microsoft Refurbisher. It is compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), GRAMS-LECCY, Fairfax County Federation of Teachers (FCFT), Failure Free Operation (FFO), and follows the Department of Defense (DOD) and National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST), guidelines for data security. Learn more at https://SoutheasternData.com
*Environmental Protection Agency