Southeastern Data to open in Orlando, Florida

IT asset management and recycling company to establish headquarters in city.

Computer recycling and information technology (IT) asset management company Southeastern Data (SED) has announced the opening of its newest location at 6855 Presidents Dr., Suite 200, in Orlando, Florida.

This new operation is expected to create local jobs and to bring computer and electronics recycling from Longwood, Florida, to the Orlando area, SED says.

“SED is proud to further strengthen the community of Orlando by creating green jobs and providing a safe, reliable outlet for businesses to recycle computers and other technological devices, as well as dispose of e-waste,” Michael Stubblebine, president of SED, said.

“There were many other locations we could have chosen for our headquarters, but the city of Orlando stood out as the clear winner. Our goal is to provide Orlando’s businesses and community with a safe way to dispose of the growing amount of unwanted and unused computers and electronic devices.”

SED offers its e-recycling service to businesses, educational institutions, retail and manufacturing facilities and government organizations. The company also offers IT asset management, data security and mobile hard drive shredding services.

The company says it plans to use its new location for its remarketing operations, offering refurbished electronics and preowned computers.

“It is an exciting time for Southeastern Data,” Stubblebine says. “The new headquarters allows us to expand and offer even more of our services to the community of Orlando. That means a safe and beautiful future for all of us.”

Southeastern Data was established in 1996 and has locations in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, and Indiana. Its services include computer and electronics recycling, logistics management, data security, mobile hard-drive shredding, asset management and remarketing preowned computers and electronics for businesses, government, military, schools and universities and for health care and manufacturing facilities.