Sometimes, for whatever reason, products need to be destroyed. They may have been recalled, they may be counterfeit, and they may be out of date.
Liability is obviously a huge issue, but how would you feel if product that you thought had been effectively pulled from the general market came up for sale on the Internet, or at the local flea market?
It happens. Not destroying your unwanted products provides huge temptation for unscrupulous people to make a quick buck by selling items that you thought you had effectively pulled from the market.
Invariably, there are regulatory bodies that will require evidence that the product has been destroyed in a manner acceptable to you, and the regulators.
Adera specialize in Product Destruction. Our powerful shredding trucks can destroy anything, and we will ensure that the residual waste is recycled in accordance with local, State, and Federal regulations.
We have destroyed product for companies as diverse as Givenchy, the world famous couturier and perfume company, and Arthrex, a privately held corporation committed to just one thing: providing the finest quality products and educational services to meet the special needs of orthopedic surgeons and their patients.
We have also destroyed products for Barnes & Noble on a regular basis.
You may ask, “Can I witness the destruction of my redundant products?” The answer is a resounding, “Yes.” All of our trucks are equipped with cameras and monitors on which you may watch your products quickly reduced to unrecognizable waste ready for recycling.
Givenchy flew two executives from Paris to Miami to witness Adera carry out their product destruction. Afterward, that particular truck smelled wonderful for about two weeks.
Adera will produce “one-off” solutions for the retrieval and destruction of any product for your company world wide, and we will do it all at your site, or sites of your choice.
Some of the products you have asked us to destroy include prototypes, recalled products, packaging, out of date packaging, display materials, and promotional items. Security products such as badges, ID’s and uniforms have also been high on the list.
What can you challenge us with destroying? We’d love to hear from you.