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Why Shred?

It’s The Law

Not only does shredding protect your customers, it protects you. Document destruction is the law. Your customers' and employees' private information must be kept private. This means that all documents must be properly disposed of, so that no information can be retrieved from them.

Your company is held responsible for disposing of any documents that contain personal information of your customers and clients. Also, the new HIPAA requirements call for the proper disposal of all medical records, including when converting from printed to digital records.


Identity theft has become an ever-present issue around the world. Studies have shown that paper documents are still the #1 source for thieves to steal your identity. This means that your clients' information is constantly at risk of being exploited.

Shredding ensures that these sensitive materials are safe. When shredded, documents become unrecognizable. This helps give you the peace of mind that your company, your customers, and your employees are not at risk.

Find out more about our security measures.

Save time and money

Of course, you can certainly dispose of your private documents yourself, but this requires purchasing new equipment, obtaining storage space, and keeping proper records of destruction, not to mention the extra wages involved. Why go to all the trouble?

Let us take care of all of these issues for you, so that you can focus on running your business. You don't need to worry about properly disposing of your documents and staying in compliance: we do the work so that you don’t have to.

How It Works

Phone To

You contact us

Put your sensitive material into secure bins for us to pick-up from your home or office

Clipboard To

We pick up

Upon receiving your documents, we will give you a receipt of transfer.

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We transport

We transfer your documents from secure vehicles to our secure facility.


We shred

Documents are shredded and co-mingled beyond practical reconstruction