The DMD Story. Team. Commitment.
DMD Systems Recovery, Inc. (DMD) provides IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) solutions adhering to the most rigorous environmental and security standards to deliver confidence for companies who value our world and their reputation. DMD works with hundreds of companies and public entities to securely destroy their data, decommission assets, and redeploy or remarket the equipment across IT categories including Data Center, End User Compute, and Mobility.
For 25 years, DMD has taken complete responsibility for the outcomes we provide and the way we achieve these outcomes.
We are proud members of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) and ensure that our data destruction process adheres to the NIST 800-88 guidelines. In order to minimize the social and environmental impacts of electronic waste recycling, we have become certified for R2, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001. Through a network of TSA-compliant logistics partners, we are able to remove IT-related equipment from any office, warehouse, or data center environment in the country.
DMD Recovery Systems, Inc. has been saving the environment one IT asset at a time for over 25 years. Follow Morris Scott's journey.
DMD creates initial revenue share program with Motorola.
DMD implements End of Life support program for the National Weather service providing critical spare and component support.
DMD officially joins R2 as a certified member.
Responsible Recycling, R2, is the leading standard for electronics repair and recycling and ensures a common set of processes, safety measures, and documentation.
DMD takes its production facility off the grid, utilizing solar power and backups.
DMD becomes NAID certified for onsite and offsite data destruction.
DMD formalizes their commitment to purpose with profit achieving B Corps status.
Completed a 160PetaByte Data Center, 50,000 disk erasure project.
Deployed 8,000 individual boxes to residences in 23 unique countries to return laptops for secure data erasure and equipment repurposing.
I am most pleased with the caliber of people who are here to fulfill our mission through hard work and creative problem solving. It is an exciting place to be. Our improvement and innovation allows us to preserve resources and reduce waste while protecting our customers' most important interest and investments.
Having the trust of some of the world's largest and most critical governmental, commercial and private organizations during the most incredible time of technological change in our species history is an incredible experience. Being able to participate in this has been a privilege and something that we are extremely grateful for.
I am proud of what the team has accomplished…
The DMD leadership team is experienced, skilled, & here to support you & our environment.
Aaron joins DMD with experience leading Sales, Marketing, Operations, and Service Delivery for Tech Data, Insight, and MDSL. Aaron loves being able to deliver IT services that benefit our clients & our environment.
When not at work Aaron spends time with his family, enjoying sports and outdoor activities.
Jon joined DMD in 2016 leading sales and logistics. He helps our clients develop, implement, and execute an IT asset retirement strategy. Jon has a decade of ITAD experience spanning Mobility to the Data Center.
When not at work is found playing baseball, basketball, or golf with his two sons.
Erika leads our Finance, HR, and Compliance functions ensuring DMD is safe and secure for our clients and our teammates.
Outside of work you will find Erika engaged in many community projects, including gardening in the city.
Thang leads our remarketing activities, responsible for the strategy and execution of multiple sales channels and customer relationships. Thang Joined DMD in 2015, bringing years of ITAD experience and a passion for waste reduction.
He likes sports and enjoys spending time with his family exploring Arizona.
Zackary has been with DMD for 10 years and oversees multi-faceted, dynamic projects for our clients. he tackles unique and complex problems for the benefit of our customers and our company.
Outside of the office, Zackary is an avid cycler and a scuba diving instructor.
Worker safety is one of the top concerns when decommissioning data center assets. DMD has developed a comprehensive system to ensure safe hardware removal from virtually any type of data center environment. This is complimented by our OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety certification, which requires documented procedures for worker safety.
For major decommissioning projects we construct a formal job safety analysis which each worker must understand and sign off on. The document outlines potential hazards and actions that must be taken to mitigate those hazards.
Examples of hazards include:
Actions we take to mitigate these risks include:
The R2 certification is a commitment to ensuring the safe disposal of electronic waste both in terms of recycling and reuse. The program was developed by key industry stakeholders including original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and leaders in the recycling industry.
For more information: www.sustainableelectronics.org
ISO 14001:2004 sets the criteria for an environmental management system that ensures environmental impact is being measured and continually improved.
ISO 45001 is an international occupational health and safety management system with the goal of minimizing risk to employees, offering assurance to business partners, and demonstrating diligence.
NAID is an international trade association for organizations that provide data destruction services. AAA Certification demonstrates a firm’s commitment to best practices in the sanitization or physical destruction of electronic storage media.
For more information: www.naidonline.org
Certfied B Corporations achieve a minimum verified score on the B Impact Assessment - a rigorous assessment of a company's impact on its workers, customers, community, and environment - and make it transparent on bcorporation.net. Certified B Corporations require their board of directors to balance profit and purpose.
For more information: www.bcorporation.net
Membership in this program is required in order for a firm to legally refurbish and sell used computer equipment with the Microsoft operation system. Since reuse is preferred to recycling, this program allows DMD to minimize environmental impact while maximizing value recovery for our clients.
International Secure Information Governance & Management Association is the trade association for secure information lifecycle management. NAID and PRISM are divisions of i-Sigma.
Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the responsible reuse, repair, and recycling of electronic products.
SERI is the housing-body for the R2 Standard and works with a coalition of partners to raise awareness of electronics repair and recycling issues around the world.
A non-profit organization that administers the B Corp Certification. The B Corp Certification assesses the overall positive impact of the company that stands behind it. This ensures third-party validation, public transparency, and legal accountability.
TERRA represents largest network Certified Recyclers in North America and is dedicated to eliminating hazardous e-waste from contaminating the air, land and water by diverting used electronics to the care of responsible e-waste recycling and ITAD service providers to maximize the sustainable reuse and recycling of natural resources.
The Association of Service and Computer Dealers and the North American Association of Telecom Dealers is a not for profit association of companies that buy, sell and service computer, telecom and other technical equipment and solutions. In 2012 the NATD merged in as well. Today we are known as the AscdiNatd.
Arizona Technology Council
The AZ Tech Council is the principal advocate for science- and technology-based companies in Arizona.
Through the collective strength of its members, the Council informs and educates policymakers on issues that are important to Arizona's technology sectors.