ShredQuick offers two types of document shredding services, bulk shredding and route shredding. We review each service below.

Bulk Shredding Service
Our Bulk Shredding Service is a one-time shred also referred to as a “purge”. If you have a storeroom full of confidential documents that have outlived their usefulness to your organization we can securely destroy them for you with our bulk shredding service. Just contact us and we’ll schedule your on-site, bulk shred at your facility.

Check out our video to see how our bulk shredding service works.

Route Shredding Service

Our Route Shredding Service is an on-going service that is scheduled according to your needs every week, every other week or every four weeks. With this service we provide the appropriate number of locking security containers for your facility. Your employees then simply deposit their every-day confidential document into the security containers, instead of wasting time and money by shredding it with the office shredder. Then on your scheduled service day we’ll pick up the contents of your security containers and shred everything for you on our on-site shredding truck. Click on the video below to learn more.

Check out our video to see how our route shredding service works.

Our Document Shredding Process

Our Document Shredding Process is the most secure shredding process available because we shred all your confidential documents on-site at your location. In fact our process is so secure that ShredQuick has been awarded the Highest Security Rating “AAA Certified” by the National Association for Information Destruction.

Here’s how our on-site document shredding process works:

On your scheduled pickup day one of our uniformed drivers will arrive at your facility wearing his photo ID badge, so that you know he is one of our representatives.

If you’ve chosen our route shredding service our driver will pick up all the confidential documents that your employees have discarded into the locked containers strategically placed throughout your facility. If this is a one-time, bulk shred, our driver will pick up all your boxes of confidential documents.

Our driver will then empty all of your security containers or your boxes into one or more of our large containers and bring them directly to our shredding truck. The hydraulic lift on the truck then raises the container and empties everything into the shredder, where your confidential documents are securely destroyed.

As an added security feature all our high-tech shredding trucks are equipped with a camera and video monitor system. This allows both you and our driver the opportunity to verify that all your confidential documents have been shredded.

After the driver brings the truck back to our plant the shredded materials are baled and shipped to a paper mill for recycling. You receive a Certificate of Destruction for every shred, as documentation for your records.

To see a step-by-step preview or our on-site shredding process for route service, just check out our photos below.

A ShredQuick representative delivers your locking containers

Our driver brings the large security container to our shredding truck

Driver activates the shredder and views the shredding process on monitor

Employees deposit confidential documents into the containers

The hydraulic lift of the truck raises the container and empties it into the shredder

Our driver gives you a Certificate of Destruction as documentation of the shred

On your scheduled pickup day our driver empties the container(s) into a larger container

Your documents are shredded into small unreadable pieces

All shredded materials are returned to our plant and readied for recycling

ShredQuick Has Been Awarded The Highest Security Rating, “AAA Certified” By The National Association For Information Destruction

 

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