When it comes to shredding and document destruction services, there are many things to consider. On-site shredding or off-site shredding are two of the major choices you may find yourself making at some point in time. Here are some things to consider when it comes to your document destruction or storage needs.
On Site Is Great For Major Purges
If you have a lot of documents to shred, then let us help you with our on-site services. We bring our mobile shredders to your site and process as much as you need. This means there is no time between hauling away shreds, so you don’t have bags sitting around or have to pay extra to have them disposed of. All waste is recycled rather than thrown in a landfill.
Off Site For Small And Unsteady Shredding Rates
Some smaller businesses need secure shredding, but they don’t have the volume to necessitate our on-site vehicles. For this customer our lock boxes are perfect. Simply call us or drop it off and we will take care of the rest of your document destruction needs.
If your business has decided to switch from a paper-based office to a virtual one, then you are likely going to have records that you need digitally archived. We can take your documents and scan them, so you have searchable records that don’t take up a ton of office space. We can even store rather than shred the originals if you desire. These services require off-site processing.
Total Regulation Compliance
Our on site and off site shredding services allow us to issue a document certifying records were destroyed. This allows businesses to comply easily with the rules and regulations of The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act or The Privacy Act of 1974.
Our shredding and document experts are ready to help you create a plan to get your office running smoothly with better security and organizational features. Contact us today to get started on a better system for maintaining the confidentiality of your business and customers.