Data destruction

SDR offer Onsite and Offsite data destruction services using mobile, purpose built shredders, CESG approved data wiping software and CESG approved degaussing.

IT Disposal

All IT equipment is disposed of in accordance with WEEE compliance, ensuring hard drives, data storage drives and other data devices are destroyed safely and securely.

Not just computers

Secure Data Recycling don’t just destroy IT equipment. Other electrical items can also be disposed of, in compliance with WEEE regulations.


A national company with a waste management licence, operating a UK wide service to collect, transport and recycle computer and electrical waste.

Your Obligations

All IT & computer equipment is classed as WEEE waste and must be recycled closely following Best Available Treatment Recovery and Recycling Techniques (BATRRT) and treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Guidance.

Under the Data Protection Act 1998 any business processing personal data must comply with the

Eight enforceable principles of good practice. When disposing of redundant IT equipment it is important to ensure all personal records will be deleted. In addition there may be other sensitive information stored such as access codes, financial details and photographs.

Certain items requiring disposal are classed as hazardous waste and must be collected, transported and treated in accordance with Control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH). Examples of these items are CRT Monitors and Lead Acid batteries. As a producer of hazardous you must register with the Environment Agency as a producer of this waste.*

Your Producer code will be used to complete a Hazardous Waste Transfer Note detailing all Hazardous waste collected. This document will be used by the site that treats the waste to file quarterly returns on your behalf.

*This is only required if you produce over 500kg per annum – equivalent to approx 30 CRT monitors.

If you require registration Secure Data Recycling can offer this as part of our collection service.

Your recycling company must supply you with copies of a Waste Transfer Note and Hazardous Waste Transfer Note for each collection made. In addition a Certificate of Disposal is also recommended detailing the collection, transfer of your items. These documents show that you have fulfilled your duty of care when disposing of your redundant IT equipment.

With increasing awareness of the impact our lives are having on the environment it is your responsibility to dispose of redundant equipment in the most eco-friendly way possible.

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0800 037 7777

Why Us?

Three reasons to choose SDR as your service provider

Secure +

You can be assured that your company’s confidential data and equipment will be protected at all times.

Efficient +

In today's fast-paced business climate, every second counts. We use our time and resources effectively.

Compliant +

Regular inspections by the Environment Agency ensure that our systems and people are fully compliant.

FREE online quote How many items need disposal? Up to 10 items 11-25 items More than 25 items On Site Shredding OR CALL 0800 037 7777