Shredding Service Philadelphia

Shredding Service Philadelphia

Shredding Service Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware

Shredding Services We Offer:

Shredding Service Philadelphia

  • Bulk Shredding
  • Server Shredding
  • Hard Drive Shredding
  • Asset Liquidation Shredding
  • One-Time Shredding Services
  • Document Shredding Service
  • Bulk Paper Shredding Service
  • Residential Paper Shredding Service
  • Commercial Paper Shredding Service

We offer safe, secure, professional shredding of your sensitive documents. We will pick up your documents, tag them, and maintain chain of custody throughout the process, and provide you with a certificate of destruction upon request. Learn more about Our Process.

Document Shredding Service

Document Shredding Service in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware is one of our primary services. We will pick up you documents, tag them, transport them securely to our facility, maintain proper chain of custody, and shred your documents properly, and provide you with a certificate of destruction if requested. We take document destructions seriously. Your sensitive documents will never end up in the wrong hands if you work with us. From pick up to final destination, we follow best in class protocols to make sure your information can never be retrieved and used to nefarious ends.

Residential Shredding Service – Home Office Shredding Services

People are often surprised how many documents they have stored in their homes. This is particularly true if you operate a home-based business (or did operate a home-based business) that requires storage of documents and forms. We can pick up your documents and shred them at our secure facility, ensuring your sensitive documents never end up in the wrong hands.

Residential Shredding Services – Shredding Papers After Someone is Deceased

After someone becomes deceased, they often leave a lot of paperwork and documents behind. This can be particularly true of people who lived most of their lives before the digital age and might have entire basements full of stored documents. These can range from financial documents like bank statements and receipts to forty years of tax document. Identify theft of deceased persons is not uncommon and might even be preferable for criminals since there isn’t anyone checking that persons credit report any longer. Once you have sorted out which documents you need to keep, you will need to dispose of the rest. Sitting them out by the curb is never a good idea.

We will pick up your boxes of documents, tag them, transport them to our secure facility and dispose of them properly. We can even provide you with a certificate of destruction upon request.

Shredding Computers, hard drives, and Media After Someone Becomes Deceased

Most people will leave behind computers, laptops, old cell phones, tablets, printers, CD’s and DVD’s, digital cameras, mini-SSD storage drives, thumb drives, kindle book readers, etc. To protect a deceased persons personal information, banking info, left behind photos, deeds, business papers, tax papers, receipts, etc. from being recovered by thieves and/or used for identity theft, it is important to have these devices all checked over, data destroyed properly, tested, destroy anything found, and test it again. All it takes is some software and a little creativity to restore files and items you may have thought were destroyed.

You can’t just “smash” these devices and know they are safe. Modern hardware and media storage devices are resistant to damage inflicted by impact. You can’t just run over that old laptop with your truck and expect the data to be destroyed. You can’t smash a mini-SSD drive with a hammer and expect it to be secure. Some smaller media storage devices must be broken up into pieces smaller than two millimeters to be secure.

We have seen all of these methods tried and fail. When you turn over electronic devices to Life Cycle Solutions, you can know these devices will have their data destroyed using industry best practices, be secure, and stay that way.

Specialty Shredding Services We Offer

Because of the quality of our shredding machines, we can shred a lot more than just paper and documents. Here are just a few examples of items we can shred for you:

  • Aluminum Molds (to protect your patented product manufacturing)
  • Outdated logo’d apparel, cups, ball hats, etc (after a rebranding as an example)
  • ID Cards
  • Excess Inventory Destruction
  • CD’s and DVD’s
  • Wood items
  • Credit Card Processing Machines

The truth is, we can shred just about anything you can image. Often businesses have left over inventory they don’t want to end up in dumpsters only to find them later on eBay or Craigslist. Shredding these items is a great way to ensure they never show up somewhere else.

Some businesses don’t want their competitors to be able easily identify the raw materials that go into their products and want to have them shredded so they cannot be identified later on. From plastic to aluminum or wood, there is very little we can’t shred for you.

After a major rebranding (or sale of a company), it isn’t uncommon for major corporations to have lots of left over “chotchskies” lying around in storage. These can be pens, cups, note pads, tote bags, ball hats, etc. Rather than throw them in a dumpster where they might end up resurfacing, companies often want to dispose of these items to make sure they do not resurface, or create bad press if all these items end up in a landfill and are recovered with their name all over it. You can send all of these items to us and we can shred them for you.

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Commercial Paper Shredding Service Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware

How is Commercial Paper Shredding Service different from Document Shredding Service? Businesses often generate a lot of paper. Sometimes they have no idea what is in a stack of papers, and rather than risk losing control of a sensitive piece of information, they choose to shred it instead. This is one example.

Also, especially in larger corporations, it isn’t uncommon to have stacks/bundles of old marketing materials, brochures, annual reports, outdated prospectus sheets, magazines, sales slicks, event marketing materials, trade show materials, etc that are just lying around in storage closets. Rather than risk them ending up in a dumpster and in a landfill (which could be seen as being environmentally insensitive as example), they want to have them destroyed. We call this Commercial Paper Shredding as opposed to document shredding. It’s not exactly a document. It’s often just a big pile of paper that needs shredded.

Bulk Paper Shredding Service

Bulk Paper Shredding Service could be shredding any number of things. Piles of magazines that were never sold as an example. Old stacks of newspapers. Stacks of last year’s annual report. Warehouses or storage rooms full of papers/documents nobody has the time or desire to go through and just wants them shredded properly so there is no confusion or question about the final disposition. Bulk paper shredding could also apply to cleaning out a home of a deceased person who horded paperwork, and the person who has to deal with it just doesn’t have the time to go through it, and rather than risk a data breach, they just want it picked up and destroyed.

When you think of Bulk Paper Shredding, just imagine a large storage unit (23×30 as an example) that is packed from floor to ceiling and front to back with boxes full of paper you have neither the time nor the desire to go through, and you just want to make sure they are securely destroyed. This is bulk shredding.

We will come to you, pack it all up, and dispose of it safely and securely. No job is too big. Bulk paper shredding often comes by the truck loads. We have the equipment to handle these types of shredding jobs so you don’t have to. Just leave it all to us.