Responsibility Earned and Recognized

Comprenew is committed to providing solutions for the responsible, effective management and removal of end-of-life electronic assets in a manner protecting the environment, worker health and safety, data security and social accountability, our clients and our community.
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The Responsible Recycling (R2) standard was developed by a group of recycling stakeholders at the behest of the EPA. Administered by Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI), R2 emphasizes protection of natural resources through pollution prevention, extending the life of electronics as a means to reducing e-waste, and data security and privacy. R2 was established to ensure electronics recyclers are compliant with the EPA’s e-waste regulations.
Established by the Basel Action Network (BAN) in 2009, e-Stewards is an electronics waste recycling standard inspired by the 1989 United Nations Basel Convention banning the exportation of electronic waste to developing countries. E-Stewards emphasizes end-of-life materials handling of e-waste, the prohibition of hazardous electronic waste exportation, and the use of child and prison labor in materials recovery.
ISO 14001:2015 is a standard that specifies the requirements for environmental management systems related to electronics recycling, refurbishment and data security.
ISO 45001:2018 is a standard concerned with the safety, health, and wellbeing of people in the electronics recycling workplace.
ISO 9001:2015 is a standard based on a number of quality management principles and practices.
The NAID AAA standard, managed by the i-Sigma organization, serves as the standards-setting body for the data destruction industry. The NAID AAA certification verifies that a service provider meets stringent qualifications for secure data destruction. The certification specifications pertain to more than 20 areas of operational and security requirements.
As a member of Impact Recyclers™, Comprenew follows a business model that helps eliminate barriers to employment, as a result to help break cycles of homelessness, poverty, and hunger. We are committed to offering a full spectrum of electronics recycling services through workforce development, while maintaining the highest of industry certifications.
Comprenew follows recommended practices and procedures per HIPAA compliant training in regards to the possibility of being exposed to medical related documents and business information.
The National Institute of Standards & Technology is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce that issues a set of stringent data security standards that align with the Federal Information Security ManagementAct (FISMA). Comprenew adheres to the NIST cybersecurity framework.