Waste Disposal & Remediation

Batteries

Got used batteries? Not sure how to dispose of them, or concerned about hazardous fluids? Quantum Technology is trained to safely remove used and old batteries. All of our batteries are properly recycled and reused. Why use Quantum Technology for battery recycling?

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Halon & FM200

Fire suppression systems are an important line of defense for any mission critical site or data center space, and the most common systems involve what’s known as a clean agent. These clean agents – most popularly known as Halon, or FM-200 – are gaseous compounds that suppress fires at their source, extinguishing oxygen, fuel and the ignition itself.

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Refrigerant Recovery (Freon)

Under Section 608 of the CAA, the EPA has required service practices that maximize recovery and recycling of ozone-depleting substances. Older freon – a stable, nonflammable, moderately toxic gas or liquid – contains chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), an organic compound that has been implicated in ozone-depletion.

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Data Destruction

When upgrading your servers, one of the most important decisions you’ll make it how to dispose of your old equipment. This is especially true when you work with classified information, trade secrets, protected communications, and other vulnerable data. Quantum Technology uses a number of techniques to guarantee your data has been wiped and destroyed. Quantum makes use of current data destruction technology like electronic media shredders, degaussing, and specialized software.

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E-Waste Recycling and Certification of Disposal

Quantum Technology’s number one commitment is that all your e-waste will be reused, resold, salvaged, or recycled with none going to third world countries. Many other companies will send e-waste to developing countries which have laxer regulatory oversight of e-waste processing. In those countries, e-waste has lead to serious health and pollution problems. We will never ship your e-waste out of the country, or use another country as a landfill.

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