Hardware Asset Repurposing

Our Repurposing solution allows data eradication, but doesn’t waste the drive. Another featured option in our service includes a process that follows data eradication where our clients can reuse cleared drives or other storage media products. This fresh start approach not only lengthens your hardware’s life cycle but, it also means significant cost savings can be realized all in a secure, certified method. In addition, XTechnology Global offers both on and off-site services making the process easy and efficient.

All of XTechnology Global’s efforts in data eradication are done to Min spec DOD5022.22M and Nist 800-88 Standards* with full reporting of hard drive part and serial numbers with certificate of data destruction provided.  Its portable test equipment for on/off site work means XTechnolgy Global has the flexibility to perform its data eradication services at client locations.

At the end of the products lifecycle, we can remarket or recycle the asset for greater return on your investment. Our data striping service ensures complete data security.

XTechnology Global boasts the following certifications*:

  • ISO 14001:2004
  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality System
  • OHSAS 18001:2007
  • R2 (Responsible Recycling EPA)

* Certification completed April 30, 2011
* Re-certification completed April 2012
* Re-certification completed April 2013


PC Today Magazine and XTechnology Global New Revenue StreamsXTechnology Global provides market intelligence on your current assets to provide maximum value back to clients. Our logistics network can be deployed at any location where your data center resides. Whether on-site or shipping to our state of the art facility, XTechnology Global makes data compliance and disposition easy. Following data eradication to Department of Defense Min/Spec 5022.22M, our process enables your assets to be re-marketed and resold into an exclusive marketplace and all non-salvageable materials are recycled and disposed of in accordance to ISO and R2 standards. Utilizing a transparent process with integrated reporting, XTechnology Global will ensure you know exactly where your equipment inventory is going. Our eco-friendly solution recycles parts and redistributes them into each respective commodity stream.

Refurbishing and remarketing used technology assets delivers financial recovery potential for our clients Most of the revenues generated are from assets sold to employees or the general public through via our network of trading and marketplaces.

Minimize E-Waste // E-Waste Recycling Services Massachusetts

R2:2013 Responsible Recycling Logo in MAXTechnology Global’s goal is to help our customers minimize or even eliminate waste generation and emissions released to air, water and land. As a leader in responsible environmental management, all XTechnology Global facilities will operate in an environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with all environmental laws and regulations. The resulting benefits to our clients include real, measurable, positive impacts that they have made on reducing their carbon footprint and overall impacts on the environment.

We practice responsible disposition

Our recycling habits will typically entail sorting and preparing the materials so they can be easily reused or broken down into raw material to create a new product. Common items that are recycled are plastic, glass, paper, batteries and aluminum, but nearly everything can be recycled or reused.

In the first stage of recycling, old products are collected and then sorted, cleaned and made ready for their next life. In the second stage of recycling, a product designer or manufacturer has created a new product from the old material. You complete the cycle when you buy or use that product created from recycled material.

Our system clearly defines best practices for managing ewaste. We document and regularly check our downstream vendors to ensure that their compliance remains in line with ours. Final demanufactured product is recycled with a smelter who constantly is evaluated and receives report cards for their levels of emissions and recycling efficiency.


Electronic Waste Disposition

XTechnology Global provides corporate e-waste disposition services in a compliant, efficient, eco-friendly manner.

XTG’s value is in the efficient disposition of your IT assets and optimizing asset value in the aftermarket. The management of electronic waste (e-waste) is increasingly becoming a major factor in preserving our environment. The Federal government has been working to develop legislation addressing this problem, but has yet to found a law. Consequently, states and regions within states have stepped up and created their own laws. The legislation can be complicated, especially if your organization has multiple locations nationally.

Find out how we can save you time, money, and litigation headaches. All of XTG’s service programs ensure data security measures are compliant wtih U.S. Department of Defense Min spec DOD5022.22M and Nist 800-88 and manage the disposal of electronic waste responsibly and in accordance with all applicable laws. Under the scrutiny of SOX, HIPAA, FACTA and GLBA and other federal and state agencies improper disposal of obsolete IT assets and proprietary data pose huge financial and security risks not only for business but for individuals as well. Find out how our transparent and comprehensive chain of custody, results in earth friendly and compliant verified disposition. Though disks may have come down in price, it just doesn’t make financial sense to store every snip-it of electronic information permanently. Besides creating more hardware, software, and utilities costs, over-sized data stores make backups and enterprise search less efficient, and legal e-discovery more complicated. When you’re paying lawyers huge sums an hour to review e-mail and documents, a smaller pile means a smaller bill. Thus is why it’s its essential to frequently plan data disposition projects, hammering out policies that will govern how long the company stores its information and when it can be disposed. More organizations are implementing–data disposition strategies.

“By 2013, half of all Global 2000 companies will have formal records management systems to shepherd data through its life cycle”, Gartner estimates.

But this is one area CIOs and now CFOs must approach with caution. There are significant technological, regulatory, and organizational hurdles to clear before organizations can eliminate data with confidence. At the top of the list are compliance and legal. Every industry has mandated retention requirements.  A large constellation of rules and regulations governs how long various types of information must be stored: 17 years for patient health records, six years for broker records, the lifetime of a building for construction and architectural documents, and indefinitely for certain kinds of environmental records and reports. But once mandated compliance periods are met,  information should be destroyed.

It’s no coincidence that companies that have been through litigation at least once are more amenable to implementing data disposition policies.

 Extensive Data Security  |  Maximum value recovery  |  Full indemnity against risk

Do You Really Want To Save That?

Study by: Gartner, Oracle, and 2006 Information Week reader survey of 291 respondents.

90% Drop in access rate of some older data, such as e-mail,within 60 days
$72 Cost per gigabyte for Tier 1 storage
40% Respondents who gained high or very high benefits in meeting retention policies through information life-cycle management

Just as significant are user desktops and laptops. User hard drives are chock-full of corporate data, as are portable flash drives and other removable storage media. So what’s to be done? For user devices, XT Global is the answer.   A sound disposition policy will help enterprises reduce storage costs and reclaim disk space. The tools needed to find and classify data can leveraged as part of an information management strategy.

2009 State electronic disposal laws and policies whitepaper