4THBIN, a leading e-recycler and data disposal company, recently announced the opening of its fifth office, expanding into the Pittsburgh market. The office, located at 100 South Commons, Suite 102, in Nova Place on the North Shore, is managed by Jake Michalik, a cybersecurity industry veteran and Pittsburgh native.
"We are very excited to have Jake at the helm of our Pittsburgh office, a rapidly growing tech hub in its own right," said Paul Kirsch, CEO of 4THBIN, in a statement. "4THBIN has more trusted technical and environmental certifications than anyone in the business and is made up of seasoned technologists. This city is primed for our trusted services."
"It's an honor to lead the growth of 4THBIN in my hometown," said Michalik in a statement. "While the tech industry in Pittsburgh certainly has blossomed in recent years, the truth is that every company today is a technology company. Every business has e-waste and is compelled to destroy it properly according to compliance regulations. We control every aspect of logistics from pickup, to data destruction, to environmentally responsible hardware recycling. Our state-of-the-art chain-of-custody software mitigates risk and limits liability for our customers."