Government Data Management

The US government has many thousands of offices with even more electronic devices. Like everywhere else, those devices have a relatively short lifespan and require secure electronic recycling. Because the government is so large their protocols, asset reporting and data management concerns differ by department and location. In 2015 a presidential order to maintain the US government’s leadership in sustainability. One of the first large steps to fulfilling that goal is creation of The National Strategy for Electronics Stewardship (NSES). This all may standardize the federal government’s disposal of electronic goods, but state and local agencies all have their own regulations and requirements.

Tri-State Recycling has experience working with organizations such as the USDA, DEA, and city governments to offer straightforward solutions that simplify evolving regulations. Allow us the opportunity to make things easier for your business by providing a plan that meets your needs. TSR offers sustainable government e-waste disposal services. Whether you need to recycle a computer containing sensitive information or a printer as a label maker, TSR guarantees your data will be secure and your hardware recycled.

Our mission is zero landfill. Period.

Tri-Star Recycling upholds a zero-landfill mission. All equipment that has been broken down to component level, upon request, can obtain a CoR (Certificate of Recycling). Our downstream vendors share our zero-landfill mission; being R2-certified means we only work with other R2-certified vendors.

As the only R2-certified e-recycling business located centrally in Nashville, TN, we serve all municipalities and the state of Tennessee, as well as federal offices located near and far. Want more information about how our services can comply with the most stringent government requirements? Contact us today online or call (615)265-8101.