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Shred Services Inc. is a leader in the document destruction< industry whose staff has been servicing the business community in the tri-state area for over 37 years. We have one of the most technologically advanced and highest capacity fleets in the country. Our vehicles are able to shred up to 8,000 pounds of paper per hour and have a capacity to hold 19,000 pounds of paper.
Our staff is well trained and is required to undergo extensive background checks to ensure our customers the best and most highly qualified shredding service< staff in the industry. Our training, hiring and service practices are so highly regarded that Shred Services Inc. has reached in the pinnacle in the document shredding industry by being awarded the coveted "AAA" Certification by NAID.
Time Shred Services is a AAA Certified Document Shredding company, certified by NAID, The National Association of Information Destruction. We provide same day and next day shredding services. We come to your location with our mobile shredding trucks that can shred up to 8.000 pounds of paper per hour. We provide Certificates of Destruction.
Shredding Services in New York<
We have been in the document management business since 1968 serving small and large businesses, healthcare providers, professionals and residential customers. The process is simple:
- We come to you to perform all shredding services on-site.
- We provide the necessary security containers for you to put your documents into.
- We bring our security containers to our Mobile Shredding Truck and they are picked up, dumped and shredded by our automated system right outside your office.
- We never touch or see your documents.
- We provide Certificates of Destruction for all shredded documents.
Scheduled shredding services
Shred Services will come to your offices at scheduled times to meet your firm's needs. We only require that we come to your offices at least once every four weeks. We will help you to determine the optimum number of scheduled services for your firm.
Your firm may have a one-time need or an inconsistent need for shredding services. For these customers we provide purge services which are shredding services when you call for them.
Who Needs Shred Services?<
All businesses, organizations, healthcare providers, professionals and individuals have confidential documents that must be discarded. Customers lists, patient files, credit card receipts, price lists, sales statistics, drafts of bids and correspondence, and even memos, contain information about your activities which would be of interest to many people. You are entrusted with information that must be kept private. Employees, customers and patients have the legal right to have this data protected.
Without the proper safeguards, information ends up in the dumpster where it is readily, and legally, available to anybody. The trash is considered by business espionage professionals as the single most available source of competitive and private information from the average business. Any establishment that discards private and proprietary data without the benefit of shredding, exposes itself to the risk of criminal and civil prosecution, as well as the costly loss of business.
Before your move it's a good time to purge your files. But you should not just discard any old or unwanted files. They need to be shredded.
Stored records should be destroyed on a regular schedule. The period of time that business records are stored should be determined by a retention schedule that takes into consideration their useful value to the business and the governing legal requirements. No record should be kept longer than this retention period.
The new Federal Rule 26 requires that, in the event of a law suit, each party provide all relevant records to the opposing counsel within 85 days of the defendants initial response. If either of the litigants does not fulfill this obligation, it will result in a summary finding against them. By destroying records according to a set schedule, a company appropriately limits the amount of materials it must search though to comply with this law.
Any business using a commercial records storage firm should inquire as to the nature of the destruction services that are available. It is an unacceptable risk to permit a storage firm to select a subcontractor to provide the records destruction service. The owner of the records is ultimately responsible for their security and, therefore, should be selecting the vendor directly.