Disposing of confidential documents in a responsible and secure manner has become increasingly important over the years. Companies are obliged to comply with data protection legislation. Non-compliance can put a business at risk of large fines and even criminal prosecution. Environmental impact is another consideration in confidential waste management.
Are you at risk of not complying with legislation?
Do you know that your company’s confidential documents are being handled in the correct manner?
A simple answer to meet your responsibilities of disposing of confidential data in a secure and compliant way is to arrange a regular shredding service to suit your requirements. Shred Station offer flexible services with the option of Mobile and Off Site high security shredding.
Mobile: An On Site shredding service where it is possible to witness your documents being shredded at your business premises.
Off Site: Your documents are transferred to a secure vehicle which is sealed for transportation and the documents are shredded at a secure facility.
Secure lockable containers can be supplied for you to collect documentation within your premises. On a regular basis security vetted and uniformed personnel visit your site to empty or exchange the containers and securely transfer your confidential documents to either our mobile shredding truck or our local facility for disposal
A Certificate of Destruction and Waste Transfer Note are issued, in compliance with European Standards.
There is no need to remove staples, paper clips, lever arch folders or plastic wallets; these are all easily handled by our machinery. Shredding confidential documents is an environmentally friendly approach to confidential waste management. We direct 100% of shredded paper to UK processing mills for recycling.
Using a reputable and compliant shredding company to assist with document disposal will put your mind at ease that your business is meeting the requirements of current legislation.
More detail on Shred Station’s shredding certification can be found on the High Security Shredding page .