Media Destruction

For many businesses, electronic storage of data and information is the norm, but little thought is given to managing that data once it is out-of-date or the electronic and media storage devices are no longer in use. Media destruction is the safest and most secure way to ensure that electronic data on outdated digital and media storage devices doesn’t end up in the wrong hands.

Media Destruction

On-site and Off-site

Many consumers and businesses believe that simply erasing data from these devices offers ultimate protection. However, this is not always the case.

Our process ensures your data is never compromised, offering destruction of your media both on-site, via our mobile shred trucks, and off-site at our Augusta, GA facility. Our team will ensure that all memory components are destroyed according to industry guidelines, and a Certificate of Destruction will be provided as a record of items processed by Augusta Data Storage.

Stack of old, broken and obsolete laptop pc computer for repair and recycle
Augusta Data Storage offers NAID-AAA Certified destruction for a variety of media storage devices
Hard Drives
Solid State Drives
LTO Tapes
Cell Phones
USB Drives


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"ADSI, provides on site secure shredding of your customer's private information, and can shreds it once again once it arrives at ADSI facility. Also they have a temperature controlled storage facility that can house records for as long as need be, for records that you need accesss to and don't want to shred."