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YOUR DATA PRIVACY IS OUR BIGGEST PRIORITY

We wipe your devices using specialised sanitisation software – based on the same standards the UK government uses for erasing data from its devices. Just to be sure, we overwrite every sector of the drive three times and thoroughly verify our work, giving you peace of mind.


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Our Methods

Our approach to data deletion is modelled on industry leading methods. We partner with one of Europe’s premier erasure software providers, only one of three certified by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), meaning our approach is watertight. We are fully GDPR compliant which means you are too.

Security

Guaranteed security

Corrupt hard drives are sent to our vetted partner facility to be shredded and recycled. We only choose downstream partners who meet our high safety and environmental standards and you’ll receive a certificate when the process is complete.

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On-site destruction

RECONO.ME takes data privacy very seriously and we understand you do too. That’s why we offer on-site physical destruction of hard drives to businesses looking for an extra layer of protection for any sensitive business data.

LATEST NEWS

Insights

The Major Corporates Getting It Right on Sustainability

With school strikes for climate change, Waterloo Bridge being transformed into a green camp by Extinction Rebellion and innovative biodegradable ‘bubbles’ offering water at the London Marathon, environmental awareness is quickly becoming the norm.

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Five London businesses who are helping us to become more sustainable

Last month, the UK government’s Committee on Climate Change released a report advocating a legally binding target to reduce net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. As momentum continues to build throughout public and private sectors, innovators across our capital are creating novel solutions to help every day individuals and businesses in reducing their footprint.

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How to recycle your Laptop with RECONO.ME

Your old laptop isn’t showing any signs of life; or it tries to boot-up and gets stuck on one of the infamous “Mac screens of death”; or maybe it just too slow to keep up with what you need of it.