Drop Off Shredding Cost and Procedure

 

For low volume shredding done on your schedule, the drop off shredding option is tough to beat. Drop off shredding services are a convenient and affordable method for secure document destruction. With local providers in just about every city, you can find a drop off near you.

 

Why Choose Drop Off Shredding?

The benefits of drop off shredding services include the option of securely shredding your documents in an impromptu schedule. If you find that you have a few minutes to drop by a drop off shredding provider, you can do so.

Other benefits include the low price of shredding, with papers usually being weighed so you only pay for exactly how much you shred, and the convenience of drop off shredding locations all across the nation.

USA Drop Off Shredding Location Map

How Drop Off Shredding Works

Drop off shredding services are quite simple. Once you have gathered all your papers for shredding, find the closest drop off shredding location near you and head in that direction. These locations are all drop-in and do not require an appointment made beforehand.

Finding a drop off shredding location is easier than ever with the Shred Nations directory. We are partnered with multiple locations in just about every city that provides drop off shredding.

Once you find your nearest drop off location, the professional handler will weigh the papers and charge you the appropriate amount. They are then kept in secure, locked bins until they are ready to be shredded. Just like that, your papers are destroyed and kept out of identity theft hands.

 

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Drop Off Shredding Cost

As mentioned earlier, with drop off shredding, you only pay for what you shred. When you arrive at the location, your papers are weighed which will reflect the cost of your shredding.

On average, drop off shredding service providers will charge about a dollar per pound of papers. One pound of papers equates to about 100 sheets. If you need assistance calculating your shredding project, check out our paper shredding conversion tool.

A banker’s box is a common method of storage for many homes and businesses. One banker’s box is equivalent to about 30 pounds of paper. If you have more than this amount, consider the mobile shredding or off site shredding service instead.

Tip: If you need help deciding which shredding service is best for your workload, try out the Shredding Wizard.

Shredding Wizard

 

Call Shred Nations for Drop Off Shredding Services Near You

Shred Nations works with a nationwide network of drop off shredding providers to make it fast and easy to find a location to securely shred your documents at a low cost.

To find a drop off shredder near you, use our Shred Nations Wizard or give us a call at (800) 747-3365.