It’s a question most businesses face eventually: should you shred in-house or use an external provider? The argument is the same whether you’re considering onsite/mobile shredding or offsite shredding. Which is the best in terms of confidential waste disposal? The reality is there are pros and cons to both options. What’s important is that you
You’ve taken the decision to hire a company to deal with your confidential waste, but how do you choose between secure mobile shredding and offsite shredding? It’s time to decide whether you’d prefer to see your confidential waste shredded at your site or taken away in tracked vehicles to be shredded at a secure facility.
We predominantly spend our days shredding paper documents. However, such paper documents are rarely the only products used or generated within your business which need disposing of securely. Other products which need destroying safely can pose a problem: they can’t be shredded in the same way as paper, so how do you ensure their safe
Paper waste isn’t something you think about – until it becomes a problem. There is a range of reasons why paper shredding services are the solution you need. Our paper shredding services include both mobile shredding and offsite shredding. Each of these services has its own reasons for choosing them. However, why should you choose
You’re a busy person with a lot on your plate. Running your business day to day, dealing with staff problems, looking at customer complaints…so why worry about uniform shredding? Like dealing with your confidential document waste, dealing with your old staff uniforms could end up being one of those issues which blows up further down
Many businesses choose to use a regular and routine shredding service for their paper document waste. However, signing up to a regular commitment isn’t always what a business needs. This doesn’t mean they can’t book a one-off shredding service which still uses industrial shredding techniques, security and cost-effectiveness. If you need a one-off paper
Generally speaking, organisations consider shredding documents as essential. It can be viewed as a core part of their data protection obligations. However, what they don’t realise is that there is often a gulf between standard (perhaps in-house) shredding and professional confidential shredding services. It’s vital that organisations do recognise this distinct difference. Confidential shredding brings
Here’s why having one could soon be the difference between business success or failure If your business isn’t taking electronic data disposal seriously, the next few years could mean some difficult times in dealing with what’s expected to be a deluge of data. Research company IDC estimates that the world will be creating 163 zettabytes
Mobile shredding is a popular paper and document shredding service. It may be slightly more costly than offsite shredding, but this is because it brings added benefits. The reality is that few businesses will find it economical and secure to do their own shredding. Purchasing and maintaining high-grade shredding machinery is rarely worth the cost.
Many of our customers choose our onsite shredding. However, while its popularity is increasing, we also understand that many businesses don’t realise the wealth of benefits this shredding option can bring. To enable you to consider if it is right for your business, this is a guide to onsite shredding and the advantages it brings.