Confidential Shredding in Heald Green – the Best Solution for Unwanted Paper

Confidential Shredding in Heald Green Confidential shredding in Heald Green is the way to go if you have old documents needing disposal. While most of our work is digital, we still tend to collect large amounts of paper. These usually include documents with sensitive or personal information about our clients. It is our responsibility to ensure this information is kept safe. Once the documents are no longer needed, they’ll need to be disposed of. Simply tearing them in two and tossing them in the bin is not sufficient. In fact, this is what criminals search for. Finding torn-in-half documents in the bin allows criminals to use the data on them to commit identity theft and fraud. The best solution is to shred the documents.

The shredding process can take up valuable time. However, in Heald Green, confidential shredding is a service we’re proud to offer. Our shredding machine can shred your unwanted documents in a fraction of the time your home shredder can. Furthermore, it is completely safe and secure, giving you peace of mind that you are keeping your clients’ information safe. The process is straightforward. Simply order your shred sack online. They’re available in different sizes to meet your needs. Fill the sack, seal it with the supplied tag and give us ring for collection. Your bag is then collected by our team, taken to our shredding facility and the entire bag is shredded.

Confidential shredding in Heald Green is convenient, safe and affordable. Best of all, it gives you peace of mind that your documents are thoroughly destroyed. We’ll send a certificate of destruction as your confirmation that your documents have been shredded to BSIA standards. For more details about our confidential shredding service, contact Ministry of Shred right away. All the paper that we shred at our facility is recycled and made into new paper products. Thus, not only are you ensuring your clients’ information remains protected, but you are also playing a role in the recycling effort. Interestingly, roughly one third of all recycled paper comes from households.

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