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Did you know that your Hard Drives and Cell Phones contain more private information than hundreds of boxes of paper that could put you or your company at risk?


Secure Shredder Rental Services

Industrial shredders are efficient, cost-effective, and secure, allowing you to accumulate documents over time and shred them all at once. Although not typically seen in the workplace due to size and cost, there are numerous rental options for an industrial paper shredder. They come to your office at a time you select, and can take care of a large shredding project in just a few hours. 

Actively shredding your confidential papers is a vital part of preventing identity theft, fraud, and a data breach. Shredding can also play a vital part in an office digitization strategy. It ensures none of your old documents fall into the wrong hands.

Benefits of Renting a Shredder

Convenient: Coordinate on your schedule. A mobile shredding truck can be scheduled to come to your location to shred your papers while you watch. 

Secure: Your data is at risk for being viewed and stolen if it is thrown away in the trash. With Shred Nations’ secure providers, all your documents are handled by highly-trained professionals who never come into any physical or visual contact with your information. After the shredding is complete, you will receive a certificate of destruction for your records. 

Environmentally Friendly: After the thorough destruction of your papers, the rental company takes them to a recycling facility.

See What Our Customers Are Saying

Milwaukee, WI
"Cindy was helpful and professional in explaining the different options in shredding old paperwork for my businesses!"
Scarsdale, NY
"I would highly recommend this business. They were professional and immediately responded to my phone call and quickly arranged a date for the mobile shredder to come to my home. The driver was friendly and efficient in his work"

Shredder Rental FAQs

How does renting a shredder work?


1. Contact Shred Nations at (800) 747-3365 or fill out the form to find out about customized, affordable shredding solutions in your area. Our experts can match you with the right provider and service for your exact needs.

2. Once you have been matched, schedule a shredding truck to come to you.

3. Our provider’s on site shredding truck empties your materials into its shredding machine, which then shreds them with the compliant crosscut method.

4. Once the shredding is done, you receive a certificate of destruction as proof of the completed service. Your shredded paper then gets combined with thousands of other industrially shredded bits and recycled securely.

How secure is a shredder rental?


All of our shredder rental services meet or exceed all state and federal data privacy regulations. Our shredder rentals use cross-cut shredders to ensure the pieces can’t be put back together. In addition, you get to watch your documents being shredded and still receive a certificate of destruction when the process is complete.

How much does a shredder rental cost?


On average, it costs around $130-$175 to rent a shredder for a project of 1-10 boxes. The price will vary depending on the size of your project, your location, and other factors.

What is a certificate of destruction?


certificate of destruction is a formal document that provides details about the destruction of your papers and ensures the shredding process complies with all state and federal security laws. It includes details such as the transaction number, chain of custody, terms and conditions, collection date, location of the destruction, and more.


Are my paper shreds recycled with a shredder rental?


Yes, after you witness the shredding, the shreds will be taken to a recycling facility to be pulped and made into new paper products.

What is HIPAA?


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) helps regulate and protect protected health information (PHI). Covered entities must implement reasonable safeguards, limit incidental uses, and avoid prohibited uses and disclosures of PHI, including the proper disposal of this information.

What is GLBA?


The Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) defines how financial institutions should handle and dispose of documents to protect their clients.

What is FERPA and PPRA?


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) require information protection of all educational records and personal data.

What is FACTA?


The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) requires anyone who uses information from any type of consumer report for a business purpose must dispose of the information securely and properly. Disposal must be sufficient enough so that the data can’t be reconstructed in any way.

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