Warrenville, Illinois Shredding Company. SHREDDRS offers convenient, secure destruction services. Including, Paper Shredding Services, Secure Document Destruction, Banker Box Destruction, Cell Phone Shredding and Hard Drive Destruction. Contact us today for a quick, hassle free, customized quote to fit your needs.
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Whether your company is looking for a one-time purge of old documents or regularly scheduled document shredding services, SHREDDRS can help. Call our friendly staff today to discuss your needs and we will find a solution, price and schedule that fits your business needs.
Warrenville, IL Shredding Services
Paper shredding is a safe way to securely dispose of confidential documents in the office. Making use of a shredding service like SHREDDRS saves you time, money and adds protection for your business, customers, and employees. With secure document shredding from SHREDDRS, you protect your clients and employee information, and sensitive company data that is printed on all kinds of documents. Once a document contains confidential information it is recommended to shred the document/s before disposing of it.
Why Shredding Services Are Important
Breaches may be most known as those accomplished by hackers that break into a network, however, criminals will attempt any form of theft to access proprietary and personal information. One of the easiest methods of theft is insecure disposal and re-use of devices that have reached end-of-life and are replaced by newer technologies. Tech savvy criminals can buy these devices on eBay, look for them at nonprofits where they are donated, or buy them at bulk commercial locations where they are sold for parts. Patient, customer, client, and company information is held on these devices when an organization simply assumed that “deleting” would get rid of the data.
Organizations that use their own in-house strip shredders to save money have found that criminals have accessed the strips and re-assembled them to expose sensitive company and personal information.
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Security from Lawsuits
Businesses that have allowed paper documentation that contained personal information for client or patient to end up in the hands of criminals have experienced a litany of lawsuits from those that suffered due to their negligence. The most common type of lawsuit is one due to identity theft, however, it can also cascade into an almost never-ending list that could include employees, business partners and alliances, and even the clients of those partners. Litigation can cost a company to such a degree that it can take a business down. Shredding documents at the appropriate time ensures that none of these documents will ever be exposed.
Keeping Things Organized
Depending upon the type of business, certain documents are required to be maintained for specific amounts of time. If the documents are reviewed and removed, the sheer volume can become overwhelming. Additionally, without proper organization, trying to access documents when required can be almost impossible. Shredding paperwork on a regular basis helps to keep everything organized and available when needed, while eliminating the documents that are no longer relevant.
Reduction in Pathogens
Most people do not think of pathogens when they see piles of paper, but documents can collect dust and germs and, when left untouched for long periods of time, can also present a potential health problem. If the pathogens enter the HVAC system, it can spread throughout the company causing employee illnesses. Shredding documents reduce the volume of paper, the duration that they are kept, and the number of pathogens they collect.
There may be specific state and federal laws that your company must comply with regarding the handling, storage, safety and protection, and ultimate destruction of documentation. Your accountants and legal representatives should advise every company on these laws and the consequences for not complying with them. Having documents shredded by a professional company gives the kind of certification that a business may need to prove that they are complying with all legal requirements.
Warrenville is a city in DuPage County, Illinois. The city has a total population of 13,174. It is a part of the Chicago metropolitan area and the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor.
Warrenville is located at 41°49′35″N 88°11′22″W. Warrenville has a total area of 5.618 square miles, of which 5.46 square miles is land and 0.158 square miles is water. Downtown Warrenville is located at the intersection of Butterfield Road and Batavia Road. The addition of another TIF district, a new police station was built in 1998, a new City Hall in 2001, a new Public Works Building in 2002, and additions were made to the library in 2003.