Shred Station News

Shredding support vehicle

New Shredding Support Vehicle

A recent addition to our shredding fleet is the new shredding support vehicle. We wrote previously about the benefits of a large mobile shredding fleet, adding a support vehicle enhances the benefits beyond this by maintaining the shredding services offered with a large fleet. The shredding support vehicle enables us to service and support both.

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Shredding vehicle

Further increases to our shredding fleet

Following further business growth in 2015 we are increasing our shredding vehicle fleet once again. 5 new trucks will be added to our current fleet including two high security mobile shredding trucks capable of destroying over 2500 kilograms an hour to the European Standard EN15713, one 12 tonne collection and two 7 ½ tonne collection.

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Shred Station is accredited by the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS)

Our fleet operations are now accredited under the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS). We have joined the voluntary certification scheme to show that we manage our fleet operations with efficiency, safety and in an environmentally conscious and lawful manner. We are currently FORS bronze accredited and working towards achieving the silver standard. To become accredited.

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Shred Station are proud sponsors of GoGo Dragons! Norwich 2015

GoGoDragons! 2015 is an interactive arts sculpture trail event organised by charity Break and Wild in Art. 80+ dragon sculptures will be brought to life on the streets of Norwich this summer. Shred Station is supporting this fantastic charity event by sponsoring the GoGo Dragon “Dragon Fly” which is to be designed and painted by.

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Shred Station continue their green initiatives in 2015

We take Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) seriously at Shred Station continuing to implement new features, playing our part in the battle against climate change, and working towards operating as a carbon neutral business. At the end of 2014 a solar panel system was installed at the Norwich plant. The solar panels generate 150% of the.

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