Shredding At The Office
Destroy your waste at the site.
Paper shredding has several advantages, including:
- Protection of sensitive information: Shredding is an effective way to protect confidential and sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. By shredding documents, you prevent identity theft, financial fraud, and other malicious activities that can be conducted using personal information.
- Compliance with legal requirements: Certain laws and regulations require organizations to dispose of sensitive information securely. Shredding is one way to comply with these requirements and avoid legal repercussions.
- Discarded paper is public property: Anyone can go through your garbage and take whatever they want without legal ramifications.
- Space-saving: Shredding documents can help free up space in your home or office by eliminating old or unnecessary paperwork that would otherwise take up valuable real estate.
- Environmental benefits: Shredded paper can be recycled, which helps to reduce waste and conserve natural resources. Recycling paper also saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
- Cost-effective: While paper shredding services may seem expensive initially, they can save you money in the long run by reducing the risk of identity theft and other types of fraud. The cost of dealing with these types of incidents can be much higher than the cost of shredding documents.
Overall, paper shredding provides a simple and effective way to protect your personal and confidential information while benefiting ent and potentially saving you money.
Protection made easy
When it comes to security, one can never be too safe. This includocumentsr paper records. By shredding records at your office, you’re essentially protecting your own reputation. How? By protecting your customer information, clients’ records, invoices, and pricing, you protect your business and its reputation.
Shredders vs Shredding Services: What are the differences?
We get asked this question a lot. We base it on the volume of shredding; if you have many documents needing destruction, collection containers could work for you. However, if you have low to moderate amounts of paper, you don’t want others to see; an office shredder is the right choice.
What are the costs differences?
They are very comparable. The difference between the two services is the immediate destruction of a document versus placing the paper in a container and waiting for someone to pick it up. We’ve checked with services in the Richmond area and found the prices range from $30-$50 per month per container. If leased, an office-grade shredder costs $3-$4 a day.
Documents that should be shredded:
- Financial Statements
- Medical Records
- Legal Documents
- Receipts & Invoices
- Payroll Records
- Bank Statements
- Tax Records
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