Secure document destruction through on-site shredding keeps your private customer and business information safe. It ensures a confidential disposal of your data on-site giving you confidence that you are in full compliance with the Dara Protection Act. But as well as this, confidential paper shredding has huge environmental benefits to help your business play their part and be greener.
Less waste means saving trees
It might sound cliché but companies which care about the planet will encourage their customers to look after the environment too. Show your customers that you are willing to act and do something about it, and dispose of your waste in an environmentally friendly way.
Shredding your paper waste on site not only gives you complete security, but it also allows Shred-on-Site to recycle your paper waste for you, saving you time and money. Less trees will need to be cut down if you are recycling used paper. Did you know that paper can actually be recycled up to 7 times? Here at Shred-on-Site we take responsibility for our planet and the effect that we have on it.
Reduction in landfill sites
Waste just means filling up landfill faster, and although it might seem like a lot of effort, Shred-on-Site come to your workplace and sort out your confidential waste. You can watch your documents being shredded, and do all the work for you, so that we can recycle your waste for you at your convenience.
Start caring for the environment
Part of the ethos at Shred-on-Site is corporate responsibility. We are all in charge of stopping climate change together, and reducing waste and carbon emissions. Not only do we make sure that all paper from our customers is shredding thoroughly and recycled, but also we have reduced our overall carbon emissions, including from our specially designed on-site mobile shredding vehicles.
Recycling locally and encouraging the use of biodegradable products is important, and we look after your waste to recycle it securely so that you can have complete confidence that no confidential data will be lost.
Find out more
To find out more, get in touch with Shred-on-Site today on 0800 181 4106.
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