Westech Recyclers is fully International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) registered. We meet all requirements regarding defense-related materials and services as specified in the United States Munitions List (USML).
With completion of our ITAR Registration, with the State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), your choice of using Westech means that your USML materials will be properly destroyed. Additionally, using Westech means they are also environmentally recycled.
Our ITAR Recycling Simplifies End-of-Life Management
As a producer of USML products, you are aware of the obligations for protecting confidential and intellectual property during development and production. This obligation also extends to end-of-life disposition and thus finding a right partner to own the obligation allows you to focus on what matters most to your business.
Everyone can see what is on the USML and read the regulations, but it takes time to analyze, categorize and process the items according to the ITAR regulations. Using Westech Recyclers’ services and operations, we will provide proper and secure ITAR recycling on your behalf, so you won’t have to manage the destruction process.
Westech Recyclers maintains the highest standards for security and performs ITAR Recycling for the Department of Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Department of Defense, other government agencies, or manufacturing companies that have proprietary materials requiring secure physical destruction.
Our complete ITAR Recycling service consists of trained personnel with security reviews, chain-of- custody logistics, operational controls, and experienced data destruction professionals. Additionally, our personnel, with years of experience, can identify uncommon devices that contain data.
As an ITAR registered business with ample experience, we can confidently remove the burden off your company.
“Westech Recyclers has helped me get back some of my warehouse space, and they did all the work. They loaded the materials, secured and weighed it, and then promptly paid the maximum value. It was easy and painless.”
Brian W. Inventory Control Manager at a PCB manufacturer