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Shredding Services

Seattle Shredding Service
Service Tech using a Proshred bin.

Seattle On-Going Paper Shredding Services

PROSHRED® Seattle understands both small and large businesses need paper shredding services. Destroying documents that contain confidential information protects not only your personal identity, but the identity of your company. Our paper shredding experts offer a variety of paper shredding services to meet your needs, and we will work with you to develop a customized security plan that works for your business.

With your help, we’ll analyze the structure of your company and place the right type and the right number of security consoles in the most efficient places throughout your facility. PROSHRED® Seattle makes paper shredding as easy and affordable as ever! We guarantee your documents are consistently serviced and destroyed in a timely manner. Our regularly scheduled and ongoing paper shredding ensures your documents are continually being serviced, whether it’s on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.

 

Seattle Purge Shredding Services

Certain laws and regulations require documents with confidential data to be destroyed periodically. Document destruction eliminates the risk of a confidentiality breach and keeps you in accordance with the law. Certain times of the year, such as during accounting and tax seasons, higher amounts of paper containing confidential material is typically generated that needs to be shredded.

By scheduling a one-time purge or bulk shredding service, you can quickly destroy unwanted documents in your office, clearing up valuable space and protecting your company’s sensitive information. With the most advanced shredding equipment and mobile shredding trucks in the industry, PROSHRED® Seattle performs paper shredding services conveniently at your location.

Seattle Purge Shredding
One Time Shred

Seattle Residential and Drop-Off Paper Shredding

Protecting private information is not just a concern to those in the business world. Seattle residents and home office employees need paper shredding services, too. As one of the city’s top paper shredding companies, PROSHRED® Seattle offers both on-site and drop off document shredding to residential clients and small businesses. These customers receive the same professionalism and document security as our larger on-site customers.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Shredding Services

1. Is the company NAID-AAA certified? (NAID stands for the National Association of Information Destruction, which sets the security standards for the shredding industry and audits those with the certification regularly.)

2. Does the company provide on-site shredding meaning will it shred your confidential material in front of you (versus taking your material away and shredding it elsewhere).

3. Does the company communicate all of its charges when you inquire about its service? Many shredding companies have numerous “other charges” that are tacked on to their shredding invoices. These charges can really add up. These include: fuel charge, mileage charge, traffic congestion charge, per minute charge, recycle rebate charge (which can be as much as 10-12% of the quoted price), management charge, stop charge, and extra service charge.

4. Does the company actually provide shredding service or is it a “lead generator” pretending to be shredding company? Lead generators, such as Shred Nations, make a living by collecting shredding leads and selling them to shredding companies. Lead generators do not have shedding equipment of their own; their expertise is tricking Google into believing they have a myriad of store front shredding companies in your region, each warranting a Google flag on the Google map. Shredding companies who pay for leads from lead generators mark up their price quotes to cover the price they paid for the leads. The mark up can range from $10-$75, depending on the size of the lead.

Absolutely! PROSHRED® Seattle shreds for residential customers daily.

Shredding companies deliver their shredded paper to recyclers who then bale it and send the bales to pulp mills that turn the baled paper into reuse paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels and packing material.

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