Tech Dump R2 CertifiedThe R2:2013 Standard is the latest version of R2, the electronics recycling industry’s leading certification. Each provision of the R2 Standard is designed to help ensure the quality, transparency, and environmental and social responsibility, of R2 Certified electronics recycling facilities.

Electronics Recycler’s that hold the R2 certification have passed a rigorous internal 3rd Party audit of their security, safety, environmental, and social business systems. They are also routinely 3rd Party audited for ongoing compliance to this high standard. For more detailed information on R2 please click here.

We’re proud of our R2 certification and encourage you to ask other electronics recycler’s if they hold this critical 3rd Party certification.

Tech Dump NAID Certified


We excited to be part of the National Association for Information Destruction(NAID). NAID sets high standards for the electronics recycling industry in addition to training and research related to data destruction. For additional info about NAID click here.


Tech Dump Tech Discounts Certified Microsoft Registered Refurbisher
This is our commitment to honoring the licensing agreements related to installing Microsoft software. When buying your computers from Tech Discounts you can be 
assured that you are getting a genuine Microsoft product and following all of the rules related to software piracy.


Tech Dump OHSAS Certified


This is a 3rd Party certification of our Health and Safety protocols. It’s important to us as an organization that we meet or exceed these standards in order to ensure that everyone that enters our facilities can do so safely.




Tech Dump ISO14001 Certified

This is our environmental certification. In every phase of the process we consider the environmental implications. From the time that we initially take possession of your electronics until they are reused or recycled into something else we make policy, vet vendors, and audit every aspect to ensure the highest environmental standards.

From the International Standards Organization (ISO): Achieving a balance between the environment, society and the economy is considered essential to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Sustainable development as a goal is achieved by balancing the three pillars of sustainability.