Responsible Disposal and Recycling of Aviation Equipment
When it comes to the disposal of old aviation equipment, we comply with the National Security Agency, the Department of Defense, and all other applicable legislation. As an ITAR registered company, DTG Recycle maintains a strict chain of custody from pick-up to disposal, ensuring the security and proper handling of your old aviation equipment.
Airport Electronic Equipment
Airports have embraced a wide range of technological advancements to improve security, streamline operations, and enhance the passenger experience. From sophisticated security scanners to advanced air traffic control systems, electronic equipment plays a crucial role in ensuring efficient and safe airport operations. When upgrading your electronic equipment, you can rely on us to dispose of them responsibly and recycle them in an eco-friendly way.
The aviation industry relies on a diverse range of electronic systems in spacecraft and airplanes. These systems encompass various components, including navigation, communication, monitoring, and individual elements that collectively contribute to the overall functionality of the aircraft. From weather monitoring devices to flight recorders and autopilot systems, electronic systems play a crucial role in ensuring safe and efficient operations. DTG Recycle provides responsible disposal and recycling services for your avionics in compliance with the National Security Agency, the Department of Defense, and ITAR.
In military aircraft, aviation equipment encompass a broad range of tactical functions. Communication systems employ encryption to ensure high-level security. Radar, sonar, infrared devices, and electro-optics play crucial roles in military operations. Electronic support measures and defensive aids enable the evaluation of threats and the deployment of countermeasures.
As older generations of processors and sensors are phased out, proper and secure disposal of these electronics becomes paramount. It is crucial to ensure that old components are disposed of in accordance with federal regulations to protect sensitive information and minimize environmental impact.