A: Using an office shredder to destroy your confidential documents isn’t reliable, secure or efficient. Most office shredders are limited to basic strip cutting, which enables documents to be reassembled by hand or using specialized software. An identity thief can steal bags of shredded material from your dumpster and reconstruct your confidential documents. We control the process until the paper is melted for recycling so your documents remain secure.
A: Yes. If you need a scheduled shredding service where we regularly pick up your documents for shredding, we bring locked collection containers to your office into which you can drop whole files to be destroyed. On a scheduled you set, we collect the contents of your shredding consoles and securely destroy them, keeping your information confidential every step of the way.
A: No, these items are destroyed during the shredding process and any of the small pieces are later removed at the recycling center as the shredded paper is moved over magnetic augers.
A: Yes! Our walk-in shredding service hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., no appointment necessary. We are located at:
1741 Elm Hill Pike
Nashville, TN 37210-5717
A: Drop-off shredding costs $3.00 per 1.0 cubic foot (equivalent to a small banker’s or copier paper box) with a low $30 minimum per visit. We take cash or check at the time of drop off. If you would like to watch the shredding process, we welcome you! Please call us at 615-307-6090 to make an appointment so we have the appropriate staff available at the time of your shredding project.
A: A 1.0 cubic foot box measures about 10” x 12” x 15”, much like a small banker’s or copier paper box.
A: Yes! We will pick up at your home for a small fee. If you prefer, you can drop off your documents at our facility for shredding at no extra charge.
A: No, we calculate the number of cubic feet you need destroyed based on the number of trash bags, etc. at time of delivery. We’ve been securely shredding documents since 1987, and we’re very good at judging shredding volume.