Time is money! The time your employees spend separating paper, removing staples and paper clips just so they can perform destruction duties, is time better spent focusing on your business. The loss of productivity is costly. An office of 10 employees spends on average 60 minutes a day performing shred duties. That is a total monthly labor cost of over $300 dollars!
Not only is an annual or one-time purge time consuming and rigorous when done on the typical office shredder; what will you do with all that shredded paper waste? Did you know that the typical strip shred machines found in offices throughout the nation allows shredded paper waste to be reconstructed? Further, much of that paper waste is carelessly discarded in the dumpster where it is readily and legal available to anyone. Don’t Risk It!
Let us handle the details for you. We will schedule a time to come to your office or storage location and process your records for immediate destruction. We will even remove paper clips, staples and other fasteners for you at no additional charge. We can return your boxes to you or recycle them.
Our fee schedule is competitive and designed to save you money as well as time. With our flat rate for regular monthly bin service, we invoice monthly. Please contact us for a quote.
When planning for a purge, our estimated destructions costs are derived by knowing the average weight of the typical storage box sizes.
Typical Letter Sized Storage Box — 12” x 15”. Approximately 35 pounds when full
Typical Legal Sized Box — 15” x 24”. Approximately 50 pounds when full
Customer lists, price lists, sales statistics, correspondence and misprinted documents contain information about business activity that would interest any competitor. Your clients and employees entrust you with information that must be kept private. Any entity that discards private consumer information without the safeguard of destruction is liable for criminal and civil prosecution, as well as the costly loss of customers and productivity. Using a document destruction service is a cost effective and practical option to support your organization’s commitment to regulatory compliance and safeguarding the information in your possession.
Examples of records to be destroyed include:
Legal Documents, Medical Records, X-Rays, Financial Statements, Profit & Loss Statements, Accounting Files/Records, Organization Charts, Personnel Files, Payroll Records Audits/Survey's, Market Research, Bank Statements, Tax Records, Contracts, Client Lists/Files, Receipts/Invoices Price/Inventory Lists, Proposals and Quotes, Canceled Checks, Business Plans, Presentations, Computer Reports, Credit Card Numbers, New Product Information, Executive Correspondence, Obsolete Brochures/Stationery/Files
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