WE SIMPLIFY E-WASTE DISPOSAL TO SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY

Free e-waste pickup from any business.

We’ll pick up on your schedule at no cost. We do everything from hand-loading electronics straight from an office to picking up pallets from a dock.

We accept all types of electronics and e-waste.

In working condition or in pieces, we accept laptops, desktops, tablets, servers, switches, cords, monitors, battery backups, printers, speakers, mice, keyboards and more.

All devices are recorded upon delivery and an itemized receipt is provided.

When devices are received, an itemized list of all assets including make, model, and serial # is generated. This includes an inventory count of all peripherals and extra parts.

We do the cleaning.

During our initial inventory process, we remove all extra stickers and old asset tags, saving you time.

All drives are wiped and recorded.

All devices that we receive are wiped and recorded before entering our reuse, refurbish, triage system. Serial numbers of all drives including date of sanitation or destruction returned within 30 days of pickup.

What happens to your donation?

We refurbish and re-purpose as much technology as possible, and make it available to nonprofits and low-income households. Anything that can’t be reused, we recycle through one of our e-Stewards certified recyclers.

Schedule a Pick Up

Digital Bridge is a registered 501(c)(3), so all of your donations are tax deductible. When you donate to us, you will receive an itemized donation receipt. Arrange a pickup today!


Audit Quality  - On any day of the week, a NAID AAA Certified company could be audited. A global network of 17 accredited security consultants conduct biannual scheduled and random audits in the field and at all facilities. Free audit reports are available to clients.   Regulatory Alignment  - The program requires written policies and procedures for each company to ensure incident response preparedness, employee training, and regulatory compliance.   Security Specifications  - Accredited auditors review employee background screening and training, compliance with written procedures, access controls, operational security, destruction equipment, and confidentiality agreements.   Provide Audit Report  - A customer may request an audit report to monitor the service provider and to ensure they meet the regulatory risk assessment requirements.   Free Compliance Monitoring  - A customer may monitor compliance by subscribing to email notifications of the service provider’s certification renewal, audit, or lapse.   Oversight  - The Certification Review Board and the Certification Rules Committee oversee the program’s integrity, both of which contain industry veterans and outside, accredited professionals.   Transparency  - All documents and specifications are available to the public for free and online. Audit reports and monitoring services are also provided to clients at no charge. The association’s financial records and board of director’s meeting minutes are available online as well.   Program Acceptance  - More than 1,000 operations on five continents are NAID AAA Certified, including mobile, plant-based, paper, and computer destruction services. NAID AAA Certification is required by hundreds of government offices and thousands of private contracts.   Program Recognition  - NAID AAA Certification is acknowledged by many accreditation programs, such as those offered by the International Association of IT Asset Managers, the Institute of Certified Records Managers, and the R2 IT asset recycling program certification offered by the Sustainable Electronic Recycling Institute (SERI).    LEARN MORE

Audit Quality - On any day of the week, a NAID AAA Certified company could be audited. A global network of 17 accredited security consultants conduct biannual scheduled and random audits in the field and at all facilities. Free audit reports are available to clients.

Regulatory Alignment - The program requires written policies and procedures for each company to ensure incident response preparedness, employee training, and regulatory compliance.

Security Specifications - Accredited auditors review employee background screening and training, compliance with written procedures, access controls, operational security, destruction equipment, and confidentiality agreements.

Provide Audit Report - A customer may request an audit report to monitor the service provider and to ensure they meet the regulatory risk assessment requirements.

Free Compliance Monitoring - A customer may monitor compliance by subscribing to email notifications of the service provider’s certification renewal, audit, or lapse.

Oversight - The Certification Review Board and the Certification Rules Committee oversee the program’s integrity, both of which contain industry veterans and outside, accredited professionals.

Transparency - All documents and specifications are available to the public for free and online. Audit reports and monitoring services are also provided to clients at no charge. The association’s financial records and board of director’s meeting minutes are available online as well.

Program Acceptance - More than 1,000 operations on five continents are NAID AAA Certified, including mobile, plant-based, paper, and computer destruction services. NAID AAA Certification is required by hundreds of government offices and thousands of private contracts.

Program Recognition - NAID AAA Certification is acknowledged by many accreditation programs, such as those offered by the International Association of IT Asset Managers, the Institute of Certified Records Managers, and the R2 IT asset recycling program certification offered by the Sustainable Electronic Recycling Institute (SERI).

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Data Security

Digital Bridge is proud to be NAID AAA Certified with the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) to offer the following services: Physical Computer Hard Drive Destruction, Computer Hard Drive Sanitization, SSD Sanitization and Non-paper Media Destruction. This means we adhere to the highest, corporate grade standards of information destruction and hardware sanitization.

While there are other places you make take your e-waste to be broken down and recycled, Digital bridge is the ONLY entity in southeastern Wisconsin certified in Computer Hard Drive and Solid State Drive Sanitization. This means not only can we recycle your e-waste, we can provide 100% data security.


Our Impact

According to census data, Milwaukee, WI is the 13th worst connected city in America, with 23.20% of homes not having access to the internet. In addition to creating less toxic e-waste in landfills, your donation creates opportunities for low-income individuals to search and apply for jobs, access community resources, or even stay in contact with loved ones. We work dozens of area nonprofit organizations that help us connect our re-purposed technology to those in need such as:

  • Low-income families

  • Veterans

  • People with disabilities

  • Seniors

  • Nonprofit organizations

To date, Digital Bridge has distributed over 100 tons of e-waste and close to 1000 computers. In addition to distributing refurbished technology, Digital bridge also installs computer labs in the community and provides digital literacy classes through the Bridge Milwaukee Program. Learn more about mission and our work from our interview with TMJ4.