Do we really need to be concerned about shredding?

Yes. Current privacy laws require businesses and organizations to take proper steps in the disposal of personal information in their care. With privacy breaches on the rise and identity theft reaching epidemic levels, document shredding has become a necessary business practice.

Why use Silver Bullet Shredding instead of our own office shredder?

We will save you time, money, and the inconvenience of doing it yourself. Using an office shredder is both inefficient and costly. Shredding in-house exposes your business to a number of risks. A professional shredding service will ensure your documents are destroyed properly and professionally.

Do we have to remove staples, paper clips or other binding materials?

No, our high capacity industrial shredders will easily destroy all of that and more!

How much does your service cost?

We offer a number of different plans depending on the volume of documents your office generates.  Most small businesses will be surprised at the affordability of our service. An office generating up to 110 pounds of paper per month will pay around $50 per service pick-up.

Are secured document containers provided free of charge?

Yes, all secured document containers are provided free of charge. However, we do collect a refundable damage/loss deposit for each container we provide. We offer several different style and sizes for our customers to choose from.

What is the difference between a recycling program and a document shredding program?

Recycling is a paper waste issue. Document shredding is a paper security issue. A document shredding program is designed to reduce the risk of identity theft and other forms of information-based crimes. It is also designed to ensure that you are complying with privacy laws.

What do you do with the shredded waste?

Once your documents have been destroyed, we take the shredded material to a paper recycling facility for disposal. We are committed to preserving the environment and recycle all shredded waste that is recyclable.