Most businesses are now aware that data protection and customer confidentiality are a must, and that there are consequences if they fail to maintain high levels of security. The fines, legal action and damage to brand reputation that could be faced are enough to make any company take security seriously, and despite the fact that many businesses are now going largely digital, there is still a large volume of physical data, particularly paper documentation, that needs to be stored and disposed of securely on a regular basis.
Welcome to Shred-on-Site, the UK’s leading independent paper shredding and on-site document destruction company.
We specialise in secure, confidential document shredding services. As principle members of the BSIA we've built a reputation for exceptional customer service, delivering unrivalled value for money through our highly trained personnel and state of the art technology. We carry out secure paper shredding and document destruction services across a wide range of industries from small SMEs and private households through to large blue-chip organisations. No job is too big or too small. We serve local authorities and government departments including NHS trusts, both regionally and throughout the UK. Our three processing facilities in London, Manchester and Bicester support branch offices nationwide.
Economic considerations and the need to streamline apply pressure on businesses across all sectors. However, this is not the only priority for mindful modern management. Corporate social responsibility is a theme for 2017 – and beyond – and that means making changes to a business to make it more sustainable and creating social, economic and environmental benefits for stakeholders. Key to this is taking responsibility for your business waste and choosing to dispose of it ethically.
Despite the move towards paperless working, there are still a majority of businesses that have not gone completely paperless. This is down to a number of factors including security concerns, compliance with regulations and the need to verify things with a physical signature. So paper is still something that many businesses are dealing with, but what about those elements which have gone digital and are not using paper? It’s just as important to ensure that data from these is disposed of securely.