If you need to dispose of old, unwanted or outmoded uniforms, you need our professional uniform shredding service.
Uniforms make it easy for customers and visitors to identify members of your staff, and also help to strengthen your company’s brand.
From time to time, you need to dispose of branded items. There are several reasons why this can happen: you update your uniform design, you update your corporate identity, workwear becomes damaged or former employees’ uniforms are no longer needed.
In this situation, it’s critical that uniforms are securely destroyed. If they fell into the wrong hands, your branded items could allow criminals to gain entry to your premises, impersonate staff members and commit fraud or corporate identity theft.
Secure, convenient uniform shredding
Uniform shredding is one of the safest methods of secure uniform destruction.
Our state-of-the-art shredding facilities adhere to the highest UK standards, our facilities are fully monitored by CCTV and all our shredding is handled by fully vetted and security checked staff.
We can visit your premises in our branded vehicles, collect your garments, seal them for transportation and shred them at our secure shredding depots.
Alternatively, we also offer an on-site service where you can witness your uniforms being destroyed in our specialised mobile shredding units.
Environmentally friendly uniform disposal
Shredded material is used to make either Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) or Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), which can be used in a range of industrial processes, giving you an environmentally friendly way of disposing of unusable items. We have a ‘zero tolerance to landfill’ policy.
We have the capacity to shred unlimited quantities of textiles, so we can support companies of all sizes looking for uniform destruction including sports clubs, supermarkets, emergency services, travel operators, public utilities, banks and restaurants. We serve clients across the UK.
Get in touch
To discuss your uniform shredding needs, talk to one of our shredding specialists today.