It's hard to believe Reclamere will soon be celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Since Reclamere's inception, we have prided ourselves on innovation in order to remain competitive and provide customers with needed services. We look forward to continuing on this path and vow to work diligently to provide answers to both the spoken and unspoken needs of our clients.
1992-President, Bob Dornich, & Vice President of Sales, Joe Harford meet while working at Penn State University
1999-Joe Harford and Angie Singer Keating meet while working at Link Computer Corporation
Early 2000-Angie has an epiphany that computer recycling is going to be in high demand. Angie shares her idea with Joe and they begin to formulate plans to go into business together.
November 2000-Joe discusses the idea of the company with Bob and asks if he will write the Business Plan
December 2000-Bob meets with Angie for the first time to discuss the idea of going into business together
January 2001-Angie begins to research and Bob begins to write Business Plan
May 2001-Reclamere is incorporated
July 2001-Bob resigns from his position as Director of Food Services at Lock Haven Univeristy and begins working for Reclamere on a full-time basis
November 21st, 2001-Reclamere, a computer recycling organization, opens its doors with the three co-founders and 1 employee
January 2002-Reclamere performs the first data destruction project for a client
October 2002-Reclamere is named to the Blair County Chamber Business Hall of Fame as Innovation Company of the Year
April 2003-Angie attends the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) conference to understand the business cycle of the secure paper destruction industry and the similarities it has to computer recycling. Angie successfully convinces Executive Director, Bob Johnson, of the likeness between paper destruction and electronic data destruction.
July 2003-Reclamere begins to perform Certified Data Destruction
After perfecting the Data Destruction Methodology & Process and inventing the proprietary Data Destruction device, Angie realizes that the quality control method currently in place for DDD may actually be an efficient model for Data Recovery.
August 2004-Reclamere performs its first Data Recovery job
April 2005-Reclamere performs the first national large-scale computer recycling and data destruction program in 10 cities for a top US law firm. The project encompasses 4000 pieces of equipment.
July 2005-Reclamere invents proprietary software and hardware to sanitize and perform Quality Control on hundreds of units simultaneously
2005-Angie Singer Keating is invited to sit on the Certification Rules Committee for NAID and to co-chair the NAID E-Destruction Task Force
2005-Both Angie and Bob named to the Top 100 Business People in Central PA
2006-Angie Singer Keating is named NAID Person of the Year for her work in the creation of data destruction standards for the physical destruction of computer hard drives
2006-Reclamere is named to Top 100 Business in PA
2007-Angie Singer Keating is asked to chair the NAID Certification Rules Committee
2007-Reclamere named Top 20 Women Owned Businesses
2007-Angie Singer Keating is named NAID Person of the Year for her work in the creation of data destruction standards for the sanitization of computer hard drives
January 2008-Reclamere opens its Pittsburgh facility
August 2008-Reclamere builds and begins to utilize operation of an onsite "Class 100 clean room"
September 2008-Reclamere is appointed as a forensic expert in Federal Court
November 2008-Reclamere successfully recovers data in federal criminal case that law enforcement experts had deemed unrecoverable
2008-Reclamere becomes finalist for Technology Company of the Year
2008-Reclamere named Entrex PCI Top 5 Growth Company in North America
2009-Reclamere again nominated for Technology Company of the Year