Secure Collection Containers
Protect Your Information with Secure Collection Containers
When you choose a scheduled shredding service with us, we provide you with lockable secure consoles or bins so you can protect your documents until your shredding date arrives. We have different size containers so that you can find that perfect fit for your office.
The Importance of Secure Collection Containers
Secure Collection Containers are a necessary component of any secure shredding policy. They allow you to securely keep your files between shredding activities, reducing shredding and ensuring compliance with HIPAA and FACTA security and privacy standards.
To make document collecting safe and secure, collection bins and containers are provided with paper slots and locking mechanisms. This method eliminates the chance of information being lost or stolen before it is securely destroyed. Failure to properly dispose of your private documents or failing to dispose of them may result in legal implications such as data breach.
Tailored to Your Specific Needs
Shred Industry Solutions offers safe, lockable collection containers into which you and your employees may place sensitive documents to be shred on a regular basis. There are several types to choose from according on your decor and volume requirements.
For scheduled shredding, locked, laminated cabinet-style consoles are the most preferred option. A secure collecting bag is located within each cabinet, making pickups simple. You may use them in your lobby, close to printers or copy machines, and in busy corridors or office spaces if they have a furniture-style finish. Executives frequently want a console for their own offices.
Executive Console dimensions:
17′′D x 19′′W x 35′′H
65- or 95-Gallon Bins
These secure locking bins are ideal for high-volume situations such as copy and mailrooms, as well as warehouses and industrial sites. These bins are also available from Shred Industry Solutions for one-time shredding projects or purges.
65-Gallon Bin dimensions:
27.5″D x 24.5″W x 42.5″H
95-Gallon Bin dimensions:
26.5″D x 25.5″W x 46.5″H
We Can Help You Protect Your Information
Our Shredding Process
We make it easy to get started; you just need to give us a call. Our shredding experts will be on the line and be happy to answer all the shredding questions you may have and figure out what service will suit your shredding needs. Then we will set up your appointment and let you know anything you need to do to prepare for our service.
Our Secure Shredding Technicians are always on time and ready to start working at your location once your shredding service day arrives. Point our techs in the right direction of the documents you want shredded, which they will collect and store into 95-gallon containers, lock them, and bring them to the mobile truck. Once they are at the truck, they will take them to the Charlotte shredding facility to be destroyed securely.
Available Six Days a Week
At Shred Industry, we know that protecting your information is a top priority, so our shredding services are available from Monday through Saturday. Our goal is to be there for you when it counts and accommodate your schedule; we ensure our services are flexible to achieve this.
Our shredding experts are also available to answer any questions you might have about our services or give you a quote. Our pricing is entirely transparent, so you won’t have to worry about any hidden fees.
Stay Compliant with Off-Site Shredding
Utilizing a shredding service off-site will ensure that your business stays compliant with privacy laws protecting your clients’ personal information. Shredding your documents is the simplest way to accomplish this.
Paper shredding is a very eco-friendly process since all of the shredded paper bits are recycled. The shredded bits are turned into paper products through a process known as liquid pulping. The pulping process provides a second layer of security as this ensures your paper is completely gone. You can save 17 trees by shredding one ton of paper.
Contact us for pricing on secure document shredding
and hard drive destruction.