Data destruction, electronic recycler opens franchise in Delaware

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securisSecuris Franchising, Inc., a leader in electronics recycling and data destruction services, announced  that it has awarded a franchise location in Delaware.

Securis’ franchising strategy is part of the company’s national expansion to serve the growing demand for electronics recycling and data destruction services, a market that is estimated at between $6 billion to over $9 billion globally, according to reports by IDC and Transparent Research.

Delaware Franchise Owner Gregg Haslinsky will bring his 25 years of business experience as an executive in the logistic, transportation and recycling industry in Delaware. Securis is a provider of information technology asset disposal (ITAD), including ultra-secure electronics recycling, auditing, hard drive shredding and other data destruction services for PCs, laptops, mobile phones, servers, monitors, copiers, printers and other data storage devices and electronics waste.

Securis is 100% compliant with all U.S. federal, state, and local data security and environmental regulations, covering all business sectors, including financial services, healthcare, government contractors and government agencies.

Securis’ clients, include the federal government, financial services, healthcare and government contracting sectors.

Haslinsky took note of a 2011 study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that reports  “sustainability is now a permanent part of corporate agendas. Most companies consider green practices to be vital to remaining competitive and many affirm that these practices are contributing to profits”

More information can be found at or by contacting Gregg Haslinsky at  302-262-9905.

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