Call Southeastern Data at 1-800-810-0432 for your electornic recycling needs.

Palm Beach County School District Embrace Environmentally Responsible e-Waste Solution

Contract awarded to Southeastern Data for e-Waste Recycling Palm Beach, Florida - The 185+ public schools that comprise the School District of Palm Beach County recently issued a bid for services related to the proper disposal of electronics and the management of their e-ewaste. This bid was awarded to Southeastern Data, an electronics recycling and e-waste company based in Orlando, Florida.

Should Microsoft give up on Bing?

Since 2009, Microsoft’s Bing has managed to double its market share in the U.S., up to 14.4 percent as of today. If the Bing-powered Yahoo portal is factored in, it jumps to 27 percent. So, what’s the problem?

The problem is that Microsoft’s home division for Bing, the OSD (Online Services Division) is not making a dime. It has become a veritable internet sinkhole, having not made a profit in the past five years. Last year alone they lost $2.56 billion.

Southeastern Data Achieves ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 Certification

Certification demonstrates commitment to quality and environmental management

Oviedo, Florida - E-waste recycler and management consultant Southeastern Data announces that it has achieved the International Organization for Standardization´s ISO 9001:2008 certification for Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001:2004 certification for Environmental Management Systems. According to Southeastern Data President Allan S. Jackson, these achievements demonstrate the company’s deep commitment to quality processes, client satisfaction, and environmental stewardship.

Event - Recycle Your Unwanted Electronics Free


Event Announcement - Join NCS and Southeastern Data to safely recycle your unwanted electronics equipment and benefit the NCS scholarship programs to UCF and Daytona State College.

Location: In the overflow parking lot at the NE corner of the intersection of Technology Parkway and Science Drive in Orlando’s Research Park