Commonwealth Computer Recycling, LLC (CCR), a company offering a broad range of data destruction and e-waste disposal solutions, has announced that it has officially rebranded as CyberCrunch. In coordination with its new name, the company has also unveiled its new logo.
The Greensburg, PA-based company specializes in e-waste disposal and data destruction. CyberCrunch has a groundbreaking method for recycling computers and electronics, using an approach that finds previously untapped value in e-waste. It delivers solutions like IT asset disposal, data destruction and universal waste management, among others.
Founded in 2011, the company has made a name for itself in the Mid-Atlantic region and works with a diverse client base, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, large enterprise firms, nonprofit organizations and small and medium-sized businesses. Its unique process is landfill-free, and completely secure for businesses and individuals alike.
CyberCrunch operates a U.S. Department of Environmental Protection permitted and R2 certified recycling facility. In late 2014, the company opened a transfer station in Aston, Pennsylvania. It partnered with Elwyn Industries, a non-profit organization serving people with intellectual, developmental, and behavioral challenges. Moreover, the partnership allowed members of the Elwyn community to work hands-on within CyberCrunch’s operations.
“Our goal is to provide nationwide data destruction and e-waste recycling solutions,” said Serdar Bankaci, owner of CyberCrunch. “There are not many cost-effective solutions available to small and medium-sized businesses. Therefore, CyberCrunch solves this problem by providing various secure disposal options, including onsite shredding, off-site shredding and mail-back destruction with video recording.”
In addition to being R2 certified, CyberCrunch is also a member of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). As a result, these certifications allow the company to handle sensitive data and equipment per the most stringent industry standards.