R2 is an international electronics recycling standard focused on data security, environmental compliance and occupational health and safety. R2 is quickly becoming the global standard for electronics recyclers. If your current recycler isn’t R2:2013 certified, you have to ask: Why not?
Quantum is audited annually by a third party auditor and accredited to the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Standards. These internationally recognized standards provide comfort to our customers knowing that occupational health and safety / environmental risks are actively managed and accounted for.
The Electronics Recycling Refurb and Reuse Standard is the minimum level of compliance your ITAD service provider and electronics recycler should meet. Maintained by the Recycler Qualification Office (RQO), The ERS 2010 is the minimum standard required by each of Canada’s provincial recycling programs and ensures that Quantum recycles your electronics to the highest Canadian standard.
Quantum was awarded the ECORESPONSIBLE Level 2 – Performance from ECOCERT. As an ECOLEADER, Quantum adopts and promotes responsible practices on a daily basis, strives to leave the smallest ecological footprint possible and affirms its leadership with concrete and thoughtful actions.
Quantum is a proud member of NAID-Canada, the national association representing companies that specialize in secure information and document destruction. All our ITAD facilities are NAID AAA compliant (the highest level NAID offers) with our Brampton facility being officially certified to the standard.
Quantum is audited to ensure compliance with the OES Reuse and Refurbishment standard which ensures we handle all data bearing devices with the utmost care as it relates to data security. This certification ensures your end of life electronics are properly recycled to the highest standards in Canada.
Quantum is proud to partner with and be authorized as a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher to install Microsoft operating systems on refurbished assets, maximizing their value and overall return for our customers while ensuring complete data security.
A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).
Note: Not all facilities hold the same certifications