We are proud to announce Virogreen (Singapore) Pte Ltd have received the demanding R2 license. The license was issued after extensive audits during which our processes were verified. The new certification helps ensure that Virogreen meets the highest standards for handling client information security assets. R2 also helps our clients meet their obligation in regards to data privacy and security regulations. In addition to risk assessment and the mitigation of these risks, Virogreen is constantly improving our quality and services to provide the highest standards for all our clients globally.
All R2 Certified Electronics Recyclers undergo stringent and rigorous evaluation in more than 50 areas by an independent certification body. Only after the auditing process is satisfied is the certificate awarded. To maintain this high standard, the electronics recycler is then audited annually, and must re-apply for certification every three years. R2 Certification means that you are working with an industry leader in operations, safety, and environmental performance for handling end-of life computer and data disposition. Be it secure data transference or purging, ensuring environmental and worker safety globally or minimizing e-waste, R2 Certification is Virogreen Inc’’s commitment to the highest standard of material disposition. Data destruction through a certified company like Virogreen ensures clients’ compliance with new regulations and helps them to avoid increased fines for non-compliance.
Virogreen group is a worldwide provider of IT asset disposition (ITAD) and recycling solutions, designed to deliver data security, efficiency and value. With specialized expertise in IT asset recycling and recycling, Virogreen enables organizations to uncover hidden value and increase sustainability at the end of the IT product life cycle. This certifications bolster our confidence in protecting the Earth, providing confidence to our clients and our valued employees, and we continue to improve with each passing day!
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