Our response to Coronavirus (COVID-19):
In these times of great uncertainty and different ways of working Shred-on-Site can offer a bespoke service to homeworkers that will cater for specific confidential shredding requirements. Being regarded as an essential service we have continued to work throughout this pandemic and all of our drivers are well versed in operating within the Government guidelines of social distancing, continual cleansing and the wearing of PPE.
All we will require is your post code, an approximate volume of the material, be it paper or media, that needs shredding and we can let you know costs and availability.
Should you require any further information please contact us.
If you’re looking for a compliant, secure and environmentally friendly way to manage your confidential waste then you need to shred it on-site. Secure document destruction is a fast and efficient means of shredding paper waste but small office shredders are not the way forward; instead let us shred it on- site.
Despite the rise of mobile working, paper waste is still on the rise. Managing the destruction and recycling process is a time consuming job even for the most skilled Administrator. Guaranteeing that sensitive company documents such as bank statements and financial reports are shredded can be a challenge for any Office Manager.
Why is it important to Shred it on-site?
Shredding your paper and confidential waste on-site is essential to avoid breaches in data protection or identity theft. If you shred it on-site, you can be guaranteed that the mobile shredding operative has securely disposed of your waste. At Shred-on-site we recycle all of our waste and will give you a certificate of destruction which is your guarantee that we have shred it on-site. All paper waste is then sent to our plant to be baled and recycled.
How We Shred it – The Paper Shredding Process
Shred it – Key Customer Concerns
1. Waste Management & Compliance
The biggest concern for our customers is compliance with waste management regulations. It is illegal to dispose of confidential customer data unless it has been securely shredded. In most UK businesses, paper waste is not shredded in the appropriate way. The government ombudsmen has recently been given new powers to impose fines on UK firms that fail to comply with the Data Protection Acts. To be fully compliant, businesses need to shred it.
2. Recycle & Re-use
Landfill sites are getting full and paper waste is still on the rise. Every business needs to shred it and then recycle it. The fastest, cheapest and most convenient method to deal with paper waste is to deploy a Paper Shredding Policy and shred it on-site.
3. Security & Confidentiality
Security of your critical business data is of paramount concern. In many government institutions, secure document destruction is not just an issue of compliance, but also of security. By shredding your paper waste into small confetti sized pieces, you guarantee that your documents are secure. Shred it on-site and guarantee the security of your client data as well as the security of your own corporate data.