Data Shredding Services - Secure and confidential data destruction services for Sussex, Surrey and Kent

Environmentally aware data destruction - our low carbon footprint

Data Shredding Services Ltd takes its responsibility for our environment very seriously and is fully committed to reducing its Carbon Footprint.

Your Paper is Shredded to a high security standard and then recycled to create new paper products which is termed as 'Recovered Fibre'.

We Recycle approximately 15 tonnes of paper per week with equates to approximately 780 tonnes per year.

Data Shredding Services covers Sussex, Kent & Surrey and our routes our pre planned to reduce our Mileage and use of fuel thus reducing emissions.

All equipment in our Secure Shredding Site is turned of at the mains overnight nothing is left on standby bar essential Security equipment.

Once materials have been shredded on site they are subsequently recycled into a variety of useful paper products. This process ensures that our customers’ confidential information is always disposed of in the most secure way possible, whilst helping save the environment in the process.

For every two security consoles filled with paper, one tree is saved through the recycling process.

So if recycling is part of your organisation’s environmental policy, we can help you fulfil your green commitments.

Security at all stages - From storage in lockable wheelie bins through to the shredding and recycling process your confidential data is highly secure.
Compliance - Our data destruction services are designed specifically to comply with the privacy and confidentiality requirements of individuals and organisations.
Certified destruction - On destroying your documents, Data Shredding Services will issue you with a certificate of destruction to confirm the data has been destroyed.
Boost productivity & save money - Employing Data Shredding Services could save your business around 17% of the cost of destroying confidential documents in-house.
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