One-Time Shredding Cleanout
PROSHRED® offers a one-time purge service to clean out documents that have passed their retention date or where there has built up a backlog of unwanted paperwork. One of our most popular and cost-saving services, it is perfect for the small business or resident who needs an annual cleanup. Using our mobile shredding trucks, PROSHRED® Delaware can meet you at your location, whether business, home, warehouse or storage unit and dispose of any quantity of paperwork quickly and easily.
Economical Service with No Hidden Charges
We use bins to measure and price, which means you only pay for the contents of the number of bins you have shredded. No paying for half-filled boxes and unlike many of our competitors there are no hidden charges like gas or mileage. We believe that keeping information secure should be affordable for all our clients, whether a business or a resident.
State-of-the-Art On-site Shredding Trucks Keep Our Clients Secure
PROSHRED® uses the most up-to-date technology to destroy documents and hard drives on-site. Each state-of-the-art shredding truck are outfitted the latest pierce and tear equipment to shred paper and our latest dual technology unit has a dedicated hard-drive shredder built in. These industrial grade shredders enable us to destroy your documents in a fraction of the time it would take you. No need to remove paper clips and staples too. No matter how big or small the job our technicians will securely dispose of your information using a unique hands-free system.
Shredding with Us is a Green Initiative
When you shred with us, you can be confident that all the paper will be recycled. We understand that it is importance to be environmentally aware and so we deliver all shredded paper to a local recycle center where it can be turned into recycled paper goods. This allows you to institute a shred-all policy so that your staff are not involved the decisions of what needs to be destroyed securely and what needs to be recycled. All paper can be destroyed as all paper is then recycled.