Definition: Document Shredding
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Document shredding is the act of destroying paper documents by inserting them into a home, office, commercial, or mobile shredding device. Document shredding services can help prevent identity thieves from obtaining sensitive information and exposing your clients, employees, and vendors information to financial conflicts.
Types of documents that should be shredded include:
- Medical Records
- Tax Returns
- Employee Information
- Credit Cards
- Banking Accounts
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Carolina Shred will place locked document security consoles or containers in designated areas at your premises.
You fill the consoles/containers with everything to be shredded and at scheduled intervals, our bonded, uniformed staff transports the containers to the vehicle where it is securely lifted with hydraulic arm and tipped into the shredding system as you watch from a video monitor.
You are then issued with a certificate of destruction.
Our secure document shredding can be provided on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.