Why millions of usable hard drives are being destroyed

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Seagate is a leading provider of data storage solutions, and a founding member of the CDI. “If we can universally, among all of our customers, trust that that we have secure erase, then drives can be returned to use,” says Amy Zuckerman, sustainability and transformation director at Seagate. “That is happening, but on a very small scale.”

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