Minnesota Shredding Services
Minnesota Scheduled Paper Shredding Service
With our regularly scheduled mobile paper shredding service, we design a customized security program to ensure that your confidential documents are continually serviced. We don’t bind our clients to contracts; rather, we deliver a dependable service tailored to meet the level of security and accountability that’s required for each job. Whether you have one employee or thousands, we develop a plan for document shredding service on a daily, weekly or monthly schedule that best meets your needs. Once your program is established, our staff and internal software systems ensure timely and consistent service.
Minnesota Purge Shredding Services
Outdated files take up valuable space, increase your risk of a breach in confidentiality, and potentially compromise your compliance with the law. With one of the fastest and most advanced shredding equipment available today onboard our shredding trucks, we are able to quickly, efficiently and securely destroy your documents right at your location. The quantity of your file boxes can go up usually near accounting and tax cycles every single year, it is important to know when you are legally bound to destroy confidential documents.
Drop-Off Shredding for Residential and Business
Residential or Business clients can easily stop by our convenient Minnetonka PROSHRED® location for drop-off shredding. We use the same nationally-certified process to ensure the complete destruction of your sensitive documents. Call for more information about our hours of operation for PROSHRED® Minnesota.
Minnesota Hard Drive Destruction Services
In addition to shredding your confidential documents and electronic media, PROSHRED Minnesota provides hard drive destruction services for end-of-life-cycle computers. PROSHRED has a complete line of hard drive shredders and crushers to meet the need of any type of shred size. As more consumers and businesses switch to cloud-hosting and cloud memory, the need for old physical hard drives becomes obsolete. It is very important for users, and in many times they are legally obligated, to fully shred hard-drives to absolute destruction.