Fast scheduling, friendly staff, and dedicated account manager.
100% recycling of your paper to help the environment and make your company socially conscious.
No downtime for your employees so they can keep running your business.
Sit back and relax...our drivers do all the heavy lifting!
More economical than on-site service.
What is "Off-Site Shedding"?
When you hear the term, “off-site plant-based shredding,” it refers to a type of shredding service that takes place in an access-controlled, secure shredding facility using industrial-grade equipment. A reputable shredding company will maintain their NAID AAA Certification and secure chain of custody in compliance with state and federal data privacy laws. A Certificate of Destruction is provided after shedding to prove your compliance in case of an audit.
How It Works...
Our Drivers Arrive at Your Location:
A uniformed, background-checked shredding technician arrives at your location with our secure trucks.
If You Use Recurring Shredding:
If you have chosen recurring scheduled shredding service with shred bins and executive consoles, these containers remain locked until pickup. Then the technician will empty them into our secure trucks.
If You Book A One-Time Purge Shredding:
If you have chosen one-time purge shredding, the technician will bring large, wheeled, locking bins to collect your shredding. They will remain locked until they arrive at our plants.
Our Secure Shred Trucks With GPS:
Our shred trucks are secured and locked with GPS that we can track. Only authorized shredding technicians will have access to your documents during transport.
Our Secure Shredding Plants:
Our technician will transport your documents to our secure shredding facility. Only authorized shredding technicians will have access to your documents during shredding.
Our Industrial Shredders:
Your paper will be destroyed in our industrial-strength shredders. We use cross-hatch shredders that guarantee total destruction.
Proof Of Destruction:
We provide you with a Certificate of Destruction for your records to prove your compliance with state and federal data privacy laws and complete the chain of custody for your information.
Your shredded material is combined with material from multiple other sources, baled, and recycled to make new paper products. This way, you get the best of both worlds: information security and environmental protection.