Renovo Data Services is pursuing ISO 14001:2004 Certification!

Can companies dispose of their electronic waste such as old computers and printers without harm to the environment?

At RenovoData Services, our mission is to act on this important issue by recycling or renewing electronic equipment. Computers and other common office equipment contain materials that can be toxic if disposed of improperly. So we’re taking steps to further establish a thoughtful, systematic way to recycle responsibly, and bring the results our customers expect.

We’re proud to announce that we’ve begun the process of certification for the ISO 14001:2004, the only Environmental Management System (EMS) recognized worldwide.

In its most simple terms, the ISO 14001:2004 is a system for holding ourselves accountable to the environment in the work we do. It provides guidelines for establishing and implementing an environmental management policy according to our own standard. And with our Zero Landfill Policy, our standard is already as high as it gets.

ISO 14001:2004 certification will also strengthen our firm commitment to complying with all local and federal laws and regulations having to do with waste and the environment. It also means that we’ll never stop learning, and we’ll never stop improving our methods, our management, our efficiency and, of course, our environmental impact.

At RenovoData Services, we want to improve the way e-waste is managed because we believe that our customers and partners deserve peace of mind when it comes to handling old equipment. Embarking on this certification is one more way we’re bringing value to your business and new life to your old electronics while protecting the environment–our most important asset of all.

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