Capitol Asset Recycling completes its first government job

On Monday, May 11, 2010, Capitol Asset Recycling of Beltsville, MD completed its first data destruction job for the Federal government. Its sister company, PC RETRO, INC assisted with the contract award using its GSA Contract #GS-03F-0107W. Capitol Asset Recycling removed, shredded and disposed of 3,147 pieces of electronic media for a certain government agency. “It was a lot of hard work and dedication to win our first government job, but once it was completed, we went back to work to pick up where we left off,” said Zack Boorstein, Vice President of Data Destruction.

Capitol Asset Recycling offers its commercial and government customers the most ideal destruction services. Capitol Asset Recycling can perform the physical shredding of hard drives, backup tapes, CD’s, Blackberry’s and more both at its shredding facility in Beltsville, Md, or at any of our customer locations using its one ton, 7.5 horsepower mobile shredder. The government shredding job was done at Capitol Asset Recycling’s shredding facility, and was completed within 3.5 hours of work.

“Using our high powered, multi-functional shredder, we have been able to provide large scale shredding services to our customers for a number of years. Now with our GSA Contract, and our competitive pricing, we can provide a wider range of jobs and locations,” said Ethan Hubbard, Vice President of Business Development.
Capitol Asset Recycling is the premiere, one-stop comprehensive recycling resource. We have the ability to provide your locations with a secure and reliable electronic equipment, electrical and metal recovery service. We recycle monitors, computers, hard drives, wire, printers, phones, batteries and more. Our knowledge and expertise in environmental electronic recycling, and security protocols along with our superior customer service is what makes Capitol Asset Recycling the industrial leader in electronic recycling.

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