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Overview
SEER is one of the world’s leading information technology asset disposition companies. 

We focus exclusively on eliminating the risks surrounding data security, compliance, and environmental impact, while maximizing value recovery on IT asset investment for businesses around the world.

Our facilities are located on seven and one half acres and include a sophisticated in-house security system that ensures that your assets are never left alone until they are properly destroyed.  We also utilize a shredder, numerous platform scales, five loading docks, a truck scale, 6 bailers, a fleet of tractor trailers and containers ranging from 20-40 yarders, forklifts, bobcats and over 100,000 square feet of warehouse and processing space.

SEER offers comprehensive, proven, cradle to grave asset disposition services.  Our services include legislative compliance, data security and destruction, risk management, redeployment, remarketing, lease return and environmentally responsible recycling of all types of information technology. We maintain complete control over the entire process to ensure absolute data security and maximum environmental sustainability.

Partners
SEER maintains a global network of experienced, reliable partners.  We fully manage all of our partners to provide our clients with seamless and consistent service levels throughout the United States and around the world.

Recycling Partners
We work only with ethical, EPA-compliant recycling partners.  We closely monitor their practices to ensure they meet all state and federal standards and adhere to our zero-landfill policy for eWaste.

Customers
As a leader in the industry, SEER is fortunate to have clients that include: contract manufacturers, national cellular companies, large retail chains, individual and national resellers, hospitals and other medical service providers, local cities and counties nationwide, large and small institutions and a wide variety of other customers that rely on SEER to environmentally process their excess materials.