WHY?

Electronic devices (cell phones, computers, etc.) can sometimes be salvaged after exposure to water, heat, or extreme conditions during an emergency. If the device itself can’t be salvaged, the data stored on it can possibly be restored. This is especially important if the data was not backed up at a safe offsite location.

  • DID YOU KNOW?
    General E-Salvage Tips
    Damaged battery-powered devices may still pose risk of overheating or fire
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  • DID YOU KNOW?
    Salvaging a Wet Cell Phone
    In a disaster, a functioning cell phone may be your lifeline to assistance and key to your communica...
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    Salvaging a Wet Computer
    Computer and other electronic equipment can 
sometimes be repaired after becoming wet. You can take...
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  • DID YOU KNOW?
    Salvaging Wet Hard Drives + Other Digital Storage Media
    Useful tips for salvaging hard drives and other digital storage media after water damage.
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    Salvaging Electromechanical Devices
    Depending on the conditions, robustly-built motors, power tools, starters, and switches can survive ...
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    Cleaning Guide to Using Water
    Clean water is essential to cleaning up damaged item but not all water is equal when it comes to sal...
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