DO YOU NEED
SECURE, CONFIDENTIAL
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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. With hub centres throughout the UK, we're here to help.
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On-site Paper Shredding & Secure Document Destruction ServicesFor questions and advice or to get a free quote, call us on 0800 181 4106.

Welcome to Shred-on-Site, the UK’s leading independent paper shredding and on-site document destruction company.

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Why businesses should not shred documents in-house

Over the past few years, secure and effective document disposal has gone from being a “nice to have” to critical to business survival. It’s now a legal requirement to ensure that data rich documents are properly and securely disposed of and this has given rise to a move away from handling processes such as shredding in-house. If you have yet to make the leap to a shredding partner there are some very good reasons why now is exactly the right time to do so.
 

Staying GDPR compliant with Paper Shredding Security Policy

It may be a year now since the GDPR was first introduced but this regulation is just as relevant now as it was then. Perhaps even more so, particularly when it comes to paper based data. Although many people assume that the GDPR only places requirements on businesses for dealing differently with digital data, in fact it needs to be integrated with respect to the risks for physical data too.

What happens after your obsolete records are shredded?

The process of shredding has become fairly standard today for every business keen to maintain high standards of security and compliance. On-site shredding helps to ensure that sensitive data is always protected and makes document disposal a swift and efficient process. But what happens to your records after they’re shredded?

Why invest in professional shredding of obsolete records?

There are some key reasons why it pays to ensure that your obsolete records are properly disposed of, including:

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