HVF Precious Metals is an industry leader in the destruction and incineration of sensitive and classified materials. Over the years we have provided these services for the Armed Forces and defense contractors.

In 2018 we put into service a new furnace with an incineration capacity of approximately 12,500 pounds per day. Our process surpasses the requirements of NSA Policy 9-12.

The Materials that is accepted for incineration

– Hard drives
– WorkStation
– Servers
– Printers
– Solar panels
– Network Switches
– Video equipment
– Flash memory
– System Memory
– All types of RAM

– Solid state drives
– Firewalls
– Laptops
– Data backup devices
– CPU’s
– Controllers Cards
– Network Cards
– Optical Media
– Floppy Diskettes
– Graphic cards

– Monitors
– Keyboards/ Mices
– Facsimile machines
– Data backup media
– Storage devices
– Mother boards
– Audio devices
– Copiers
– Tablets
– Batteries*

* Batteries in cell phones, circuit cards and batteries within small electronic units in which the battery is an internally designed component.

Materials not accepted for incineration except as noted below:

-Any material delivered under a hazardous waste manifest unless HVFPM has preapproved the delivery
– Pressurized/Sealed Components (Aerosol Cans, Compressed Gas cylinders, etc.)
– Cathode Ray Tubes
– Radioactive material
– Explosives
– Batteries other than those described above

The memory containing elements of the material charged to the furnace are reduced post incineration in size to smaller than 0.5mm. Metallic casings which are not liquefied during incineration are shredded post incineration reducing the size of these units to less than 3 inches. When incineration processing is completed, we will, if requested, provide a certificate of destruction.


Our facility is monitored 24/7 by armed security employees and video surveillance. As an additional security precaution, our incineration building is solely dedicated to the customer until its material has been incinerated. Should your personnel elect not to stand in the furnace building during any portion of the incineration process, we have also added a viewing facility equipped with video monitoring or the furnace with pan, tilt, and zoom functions. The viewing facility is located directly outside the entrance to the incineration building allowing full view of the incineration process – from charge to removal from the furnace. The viewing facility is equipped with electricity, air conditioning, conference table, work stations, refrigerator and beverages. Portable restrooms are available on site as well.

We welcome customers and prospective customers to visit our facility to review our capabilities and to discuss your incineration requirements.

  • Electronics Incineration