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SECURE SHREDDING SERVICE

 

Safeguard your vulnerable information

Your company stores information which could be a huge risk to your business in the wrong hands. According to the BBC Money Programme, the cost of identity theft in thea UK is approximately £1.7bn and increasing at the phenomenal rate of 500% a year. This has become the costliest security risk that a business can face.

 

Shredding is not a legal requirement but taking the proper steps to secure information is. However, every business must securely dispose of confidential information, including customer lists, client information, credit card receipts, personal fi les or payroll records. It’s vital to protect and secure information that could be used to steal identities. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has the power to issue penalties up to £500,000 if a business is found in breach of the Data Protection Act. Under this act, an organisation should not discard intact customer, staff or supplier information, and shredding offers the most environmentally friendly solution.

 

 

4 Simple Steps

Step 1 – Fill up

Fill up your secure sacks with the important documentation to be shredded. You don’t even have to remove staples or paperclips.

 

Step 2 – Collect

Call us when your bag(s) are ready for collection.

 

Step 3 – Shred

Depending on your organisation’s shredding requirements, we can either arrange a dedicated truck to destroy your documents at your premises either in our sacks, or straight from your archiving boxes (minimum quantity is 15 bags). Or Simply purchase our secure shredding bags and we will collect them, returning them to Bluefish for secure shredding. (* Charges will apply for Onsite Secure Shredding)

 

Step 4 – Recycle

Once your documents have been shredded, they will be taken to a secure recycling facility where the paper is then baled and then sent for recycling.

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