Security of one’s data is one of the primary concerns in E-waste disposal. Besides the corporate and SME sectors, individuals too face the risk of having data stolen or worse still, of identity theft. Most methods of data elimination tend to leave remanence. In simple terms, those parts of your valuable data that you thought were deleted. Data remanence could make inadvertent disclosure of one’s sensitive information possible, should the storage media be released into an uncontrolled environment (e.g.: given to a third party or thrown in the trash). At ERPL we have the latest and most reliable technology to completely and permanently erase all the data on a hard drive. And that too, at the point of collection. We use the world’s most trusted ‘Degausser Technology’ to erase the data. We also issue a ‘CERTIFICATE OF DATA DESTRUCTION’ to assure you that your valuable and sensitive data has been wiped out and will not be recovered. Verity Systems’ Degaussers have been approved by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), NSA (National Security Agency), CSS (Central Security Service), and confirms to regulations laid down by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), FACTA (The Fair and Accurate Credit Credit Transactions Act of 2003), GLB (Gramm-Leach Bliley), Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOx), PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) and UK’s Data Protection Act, 1998. This makes us the most trusted and reliable solution to the data security concern
E-Incarnation Recycling Pvt. Ltd. (ERPL) was conceived in 2010 with the dream of creating a greener future by recycling and disposing end of life electronic products in an environmentally sustainable manner with a Zero Landfill Policy.
Envisioned and incorporated by Mr.Gaurav Mardia, ERPL uses the best available environmentally sound technologies to mitigate the hazardous effects of improper treatment and disposal of E-waste, ensuring protection and preservation of the environment.
ERPL’s Integrated E-waste Management Facility aims at reducing the urban environmental degradation and improving the income generation capacity of vulnerable urban dwellers by reorganizing the E-waste recycling system in such a way, that the processes with the highest environmental and health impacts are transferred to the formal sector, which uses adequate and efficient environmentally sound technologies; making sure, at the same time that the capacity for environmentally sound recycling in informal sector is improved.