Press Releases

DATA KILLERS DEEMED TEXTBOOK WORTHY

June 20, 2009 7:10 pm

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 20, 2009 DATA KILLERS DEEMED “TEXTBOOK” WORTHY Data Killers will be featured in the textbook titled, Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, 13th Edition by Deborah Morley. The seven hundred page, definitive textbook is scheduled to be released February 2010 and will be Data Killers’ second feature in one of Morley’s textbooks. The company... View Article

FLYING TURTLE HELPS OUT THE FEDS

April 19, 2009 7:14 pm

Turtle Wings Electronics Recycling service has been awarded a second GSA contract for environmental services which includes electronics recycling. Turtle Wings / Data Killers is the only electronics recycler in the country to hold two GSA contracts and to be certified by the Defense Logistics Information Services to store and transport military critical data.  “We have already completed a task... View Article

DATA KILLERS STRIKES AGAIN

September 18, 2008 7:31 pm

Data Killers strikes again!  For the second time in 2008, Data Killers has successfully completed a large data destruction project for the Social Security Administration. Last week, Data Killers shredded 68,000 pounds of media for the SSA, ensuring that the information contained therein will never be recovered. Data Killers, a division of Turtle Wings, an electronics recycling company, holds the... View Article

TURTLE WINGS EXPANDS NEST

August 5, 2008 7:32 pm

Turtle Wings Electronics Recycling and Data Killers are delighted to announce the opening of their new facility located at 1767 Olive Street in Capitol Heights, MD and the hiring of a new salesperson. “This new facility allows us to expand our domestic de-manufacturing process,” says Zack Boorstein, the newly hired VP of Sales. “I am excited about this opportunity with... View Article

NVTC Members Impact Policy, Shape Change

July 3, 2008 7:09 pm

Virginia 2008 Legislation Update As a member of the Northern Virginia Technology council, Turtle Wings strives to be a part of evolution of technology and its related legislation. Turtle Wings was mentioned in the article, “NVTC Members Impact Policy, Shape Change.” This article was included in the Summer 2008 issue of NVTC magazine. “Although Virginia’s 2008 General Assembly session proved... View Article

Data Has Been Killed

June 10, 2008 11:14 pm

Data has been killed.  Data Killers has successfully completed another large data destruction project, this time for the Social Security Administration. Data Killers shredded 49 pallets of hard drives and back-up tapes for the SSA, ensuring that the information contained therein will never be recovered.  Data Killers, a division of Turtle Wings, an electronics recycling company, holds the federal government... View Article

Turtle Wings Swoops Down Again

May 6, 2008 7:08 pm

Turtle Wings Swoops Down Again.  Turtle Wings Electronics Recycler seems to be all over the place these days! In April, coinciding with a number of Earth Day activities, Turtle Wings held collection events in conjunction with Whole Foods, Potomac School, Reston Association, WRNR Annapolis, and Cox Communications.  Turtle Wings executives have been featured speakers at the Sustainable Business Network of... View Article

Featured in Taking Out the Tech Trash

April 13, 2008 7:13 pm

Turtle Wings Featured in Taking Out the Tech Trash WRC – NBC 4 Washington featured Turtle Wings, Inc. in their consumer news story entitled, “Taking Out The Tech Trash”. “Just about every home has a pile of old electronics or unwanted appliances taking up space. So what’s the best way for an eco-friendly consumer to get rid of their electronic... View Article

Featured in NVTC Magazine

March 1, 2008 7:14 pm

Turtle Wings was featured in the March/April 2008 issue of NVTC (Northern Virginia Technology Council) magazine on page 21.  Featured in NVTC Magazine. – To read the entire article about Turtle Wings, please click here –   Turtle Wings is a small, woman-owned business (MD MBE/DBE certified and SBA certified; HUB zone certified) that will come to any office and... View Article

Go Go Gadget Recycling from Washington Post

November 5, 2007 8:30 pm

Go Go Gadget Recycling from Washington Post By Eviana Hartman “It’s hard to imagine life without cell phones, computers and iPods. And as technology advances, so does the rate at which we buy gadgets just to keep up. While constantly upgrading your electronics is hard on the wallet, it’s also harmful to the planet — and possibly your health…” –... View Article