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Harlan, IN Secure B2B Paper Shredding

SHREDDRS proudly services businesses in Harlan. We are a locally owned, regional shredding company with multiple trucks at your service. We offer enterprise business solutions, with small business responsiveness. Our services are secure, convenient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly. To get started or have your questions answered call our friendly staff today at 888-427-5797.

Harlan Paper Shredding Services

Why Harlan paper shredding service? There is only one answer to this question, to protect your customers, your employees, and your business. There are several reasons to have shredding services provided by a certified shredding company in Harlan. It will help keep your documents from falling into the wrong hands. The longer you hold sensitive electronic information or documents, increases the chance that someone will access your confidential information.



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Harlan, Indiana Hard Drive Shredding & Destruction

Think about all the information stored on a hard drive, it can represent an enormous amount of client, employee, business, and personal data. Identity theft is becoming commonplace. Of the more than 3.2-million fraud cases reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), identity theft accounted for 20.33% of cases and was the most-common type of fraud. Unfortunately, deleting files or doing a factory reset on a computer hard drive does not erase the data. It only removes the file name from the file directory and allows that space to be over-written. Any data, including personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI), is still very much recoverable. A determined individual can still extract that data with a couple of internet searches. It does not take a sophisticated software system or individual to gain access to your deleted files.

Working with SHREDDRS in Harlan can take the hassle out of your records retention policies and eliminate the hassle of in-house shredding. Also, to prove compliance during audits your business will need to be able to provide a Certificate of Destruction (COD), which proves that documents were destroyed according to regulations. A COD can only be provided by a certified shredding company.

Establishing guidelines to determine how long a file should be kept requires an outline of file types, HR, financial, customer, etc. and specific procedures for ensuring each vital document is retained for the appropriate amount of time and obsolete documents are shredded on a regular schedule. SHREDDRS can help your Harlan business maintain a schedule for purging and destroying both hard files and electronic files in retention.

Harlan, IN Confidential Document Destruction

SHREDDRS will properly dispose of your confidential documents. We service all businesses in Harlan. For healthcare facilities, doctors’ offices, dentist, walk-in-clinics, in Harlan patient health information destruction is an essential part of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. Our SHREDDRS team will discreetly handle all your needs, using cross shredding and shred strip widths down to 1/4 of an inch. Our Harlan business clients will know that their documents will be securely destroyed, and sensitive information will no longer be accessible.


Harlan About

Harlan is an unincorporated census-designated place in Springfield Township, Allen County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of the 2010 census, Harlan had a population of 1,634. Harlan is located on State Road 37, approximately 15 miles northeast of Fort Wayne and 7 miles west of the Ohio state line.



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Harlan, Indiana Information

Harlan was laid out in 1853 by Lewis Reichelderfer. It originally consisted of two communities, Harlan and Maysville. The border between the two towns was Georgetown Road (Indiana State Road 37), with Harlan being on the north side of the road.