The Experts in Document Destruction & Shredding
Most businesses use and store paper for their sensitive information however any meeting notes, profitable concepts or bank statements you store could pose a risk to your business if stolen. Particularly when disposing of sensitive documents, it’s imperative that all information is destroyed in the most secure way possible not only to protect your business and customers but it’s also the law.
Document Destruction & Recycling Services
Keep your Business Secure
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Document destruction is essential for any business, but not just for protecting sensitive information. In fact, it’s governed under federal law that businesses completely destroy sensitive information, rather than simply throwing it in the bin. Shred-X can help by ensuring all of your information destruction meets the Privacy Act and new Notifiable Data Breach laws, avoiding possible litigation and fines.
The Shred-X Document Destruction Process
Our ultimate aim is to ensure the destruction of your information, with absolutely no chance your information could be compromised. To ensure this is the case, we have strict policies and procedures in place with the recycling partners we work with, our delivery methods and destruction procedures.
Document Destruction Services
If you have documents, archives or any other paper material you’re looking to have removed, protect your business and customers by partnering with a certified secure destruction provider. Shred-X offers the highest security standards for information destruction and can help you meet your environmental responsibility goals with our closed loop recycling program. To find out how Shred-X can help your business, contact our team today.
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