Unit 53, Kettles Wood Drive, Woodgate Business Park, Birmingham, B32 3DB

Contact: Shaun Imms
Telephone: +44 (0) 870 727 1578

Our one objective: To provide you the customer with a single source, competitive and secure solution for any asset disposal or data destruction requirement in the U.K. We guarantee to meet the requirements of your data security policy, however stringent.

Our ADISA audit result of 88.8% is just one indication of our commitment to providing you the customer with competitive solutions that protect your reputation and brand. If you are unsure which is the best solution to meet your needs, our experienced team will be happy to advise.

SITD have been providing secure asset disposal and data destruction services since 1996. During this period we have developed solutions that have contributed significantly to protecting the critical national infrastructure of the U.K, and the objectives of both government and corporate customers nationwide.

We have established a single source solution to handle all aspects of I.T disposal and data destruction, with over 1.5 million assets processed and 8 million items of media destroyed we have extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Secure I.T disposal- Including remarketing.
  • Onsite destruction of all types of media to HMG IA Standard No5.
  • Onsite erasure services utilising CESG higher level approved products.

Accreditations include all necessary environmental permits and:

  • ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System)
  • ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System)
  • ISO 27001:2005 (Information Security Management System).
  • DIPCOG Approval
  • ADISA- Distinction
  • Other government approvals on request

U.K Government Data
Government protectively marked data- Site, personnel and processes are approved to handle all U.K Government protective marking levels. We can advise how you can check our government approvals if you are unsure.

Commercial data
Our experience and approvals obtained in the government sector ensures that we can meet any corporate security policy in the U.K.