You are legally required to keep some documents for a period of time. But once that time is up, you need to have them securely shredded. Save yourself some time and bring them to The Shipping Depot @Lakewood for drop-off shredding where you will only pay for the amount you shred.
Drop Off Program Details
Shred Nations’ providers can handle any amount of document shredding for your home and business. If you have less than 90 pounds (about 3 copy boxes) worth of paper that needs to be shredded, you can drop it off here. Your files will be stored in a secure, locked shred console inside The Shipping Depot @Lakewood until a mobile shred truck stops to shred the documents on site.
How drop off shredding services work:
- Gather your documents that need shredding
- Drop them off at the nearest drop off shredding center in Lakewood
- Pay by the pound
- Your documents are safely stored in a secure, locked shredding bin
- When the bin is full, a mobile shred truck stops by to shred the contents of the shred container
This drop off location is the best solution for low volume shredding needs. However, if you have over 90 pounds of paper to shred, consider the shredding service options below.
Other Shredding Service Options*
Paper shredding services with the convenience of shredding at your location. Mobile shredding provides the utmost security option as it allows customers to witness the shredding.
Paper shredding services designed for medium to large projects. Offsite shredding picks up your papers and transports them to a secure, off-site facility to be shred.
Schedule your shredding for a more consistent service. You can set up a recurring pickup that fits your needs, including bi-weekly, monthly, etc.
Personal and business data is found on hard drives, which is why destroying a drive correctly is imperative. Shred Nations can help keep this information safe through secure hard drive destruction services.
*Not all services are available at all locations. Please call to confirm.
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Frequently Asked Drop Off Questions
Do I need to remove staples, paper clips, binder clips, etc?
Usually, staples and paper clips can be left on the documents; however, binder clips need to be removed. These requirements can vary based on location, so we do recommend calling the drop-off center first.
What if I have more than 90 pounds?
What if I need to witness the shredding?
If you need or want to witness the shredding, a mobile shredding service is the best option for you. Mobile shredding comes to your location and shreds the documents right there.