R2 is the leading standard for electronics repair and recycling. The R2 Standard provides a common set of processes, safety measures, and documentation requirements for businesses that repair and recycle used electronics. R2 is rigorously and independently audited, emphasizing quality, safety, and transparency.
Through this certification, we have established an Environmental Management System as a part of our Integrated Management System. Our Integrated Management System states our commitment to the adherence of all environmental laws and regulations, improved workplace safety, and effective processes for end-of-life electronic decision making. Please see our Integrated Management System within our Company Audit Packet for complete details and description.
Dynamic Recycling is certified to the OHSAS 18001:2007 standard. This is an Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series for Health and Safety Management Systems. This Health and Safety Management System integrates and effectively complements that of ISO 14001:2004. This standard allows Dynamic Recycling to have the knowledge and control of hazards throughout the entire work flow and across all processes. Dynamic Recycling takes the safety of our team members, contractors, and visitors very seriously. Our compliance to the OHSAS 18001:2007 system standards allows Dynamic Recycling to reduce risks to all stakeholders.
NAID (National Association for Information Destruction)
The National Association for Information Destruction’s certification for Electronics Media Sanitization and Destruction is seen as the premier standard for data security throughout the industry. Dynamic Recycling also maintains a fully secure, key card accessible facility; with over 100 security cameras in surveillance of all activities taking place within and around the premises of our facilities.
ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations)
Dynamic ITAD takes the responsibility of protecting the export of sensitive defense articles and related technical data very seriously, and has implemented procedures and controls to ensure compliance with ITAR.
Registration is a method of providing the U.S. Government with information on who is involved in certain manufacturing, exporting, and brokering activities.