Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 29, 2013
MPC, a leading IT asset disposition and lifecycle management authority, has launched a service supporting the new Electronics Disposal Efficiency (EDE) metric provided by The Green Grid. The EDE metric follows the data center maturity model (DCMM), which contains clear goals and direction for organizations looking to improve their energy efficiency and sustainability within a data center. This metric is a basic formulation that enables organizations to understand and measure their performance in properly managing equipment that is queued for asset refurbishment, asset recycling or asset disposal.
As IT assets reach end-of-current-use, organizations must adopt processes for proper reuse or disposal, based on the condition of the equipment. In situations where the internal installation of refurbished assets is ineffective, this equipment is still able to be recycled or refurbished for sale or donation. As a known responsible entity, MPC provides end-to-end IT asset installation, IT asset deinstallation, and secure data destruction or data sanitization services to instill the confidence needed to enable organizations to reintroduce their deprecated equipment to other organizations or uses.
In situations where internal reuse is a possibility, MPC provides data sanitization and certified refurbishing services to enable IT asset reinstallation after the equipment has been serviced, secured and documented properly.
Through these processes, MPC catalogs and analyzes all equipment. By offering a standard report that supplies the specific metrics needed to complete the Green Grid equation for measuring the success of responsible equipment disposal, organizations will be able to easily determine their EDE.
MPC proudly offers a new standard report for companies to calculate their success in the responsible management of outdated equipment using the Green Grid’s Electronics Disposal Efficiency (EDE) metric.