Sadoff E-Recycling & Data Destruction (SEDD), with operating facilities in Oshkosh, WI & La Vista, NE, has received R2v3 certification. R2v3 is the latest release of the R2 standard by Washington-based Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI). It reflects the dynamic changes in the electronics landscape concerning customer needs, security, and environmental regulations.
SERI’s R2v3 requirements have increased the emphasis on reuse and protecting data, strengthened data security controls, and enhanced controls for test, repair, and reuse operations to ensure the quality and effectiveness of the operations.
Jason Lasky, Director of SEDD, states, “This achievement positions us to assist our clients in meeting their needs for security and sustainability while providing a certified solution. We thank our entire SEDD team for an impressive audit result that has led us to achieve our certificate, and I cannot overstate the amount of effort that went into this result.”
In addition to receiving its R2v3 certificate SEDD, has also been recertified to the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Standard, ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Standard, and the ISO 45001:2018 Health and Safety Standards. Jason shared, “Investments in our business, processes, and people not only provide us with dynamic paths for continuous improvements, but it also allows us to offer strategic options to our clients for the secure disposal or reuse of their electronics equipment.”
Sadoff E-Recycling & Data Destruction began in 2015 with 2 warehouse locations dedicated to the secure recycling of electronics and as a way to enhance the sustainable offerings that its parent Sadoff Iron & Metal Company, provided to their domestic and international clients for over 75 years. “Our company has long valued the use of operating standards, and the R2 and ISO standards align with our values and vision to be the Preferred Choice in Recycling.” Stated Jason.
Sadoff E-Recycling & Data Destruction is a subsidiary of Sadoff Iron & Metal Company (SIM), a Fond du Lac, WI based recycler of ferrous and nonferrous materials. SIM was founded in 1947, operates seven additional recycling facilities, and employs over 250 associates. To learn more, visit sadoffecycle.com