What is the tape media recycling process? 1. Contact a RYM Media Purchasing Specialist listing brand, format, condition and quantity of tape for an audit 2. Your specialist will provide the value of the tape and detail any costs involved such as onsite destruction services, custom freight, etc.3. On your confirmation, your specialist will issue a purchase order that will include prices, freight, and payment terms.4. Tape will be shipped to RYM with complete chain-of-custody documentation and you will be notified at time of receipt.5. Tape will go into a cue to be inspected and sorted. You will be notified at its completion.6. Once the inspection and sort has been completed paperwork will be processed and go into accounting for payment or credit7. A letter of data destruction will be provided upon your request
Chain of custody reports let you know every set of hands that touches your media from the moment it leaves your facility. These are legally necessary. They also ensure that the data eradication specialist are not able to spread information regarding your data, in addition to chain of custody reports, you should always ask for a nondisclosure agreement.
Recycle Your Media will also purchase your excess new stock as well as your used media.Asset Recovery, also called investment recovery or resource recovery, is the process of maximizing the value of unused or end of life assets through effective reuse or divestment. Both large and small organizations practice asset recovery at some level with the end goal of obtaining the greatest possible return from the asset. While sometimes referred to in the context of a company that is being liquidated, Asset Recovery is also used to describe the process of liquidating excess inventory of healthy companies, refurbished items and equipment returned at the end of a lease. The asset recovery process has three main parts: idle asset identification, redeployment, and divestment.Asset recovery can also refer to the task of recovery of assets that have been wrongfully taken either stolen, fraudulently misappropriated or otherwise disposed of to remove them from their rightful owner.