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Woodburn, Indiana Product Destruction

SHREDDRS is a full-service document and product destruction company. Do you have a product recall? Out-of-spec products, out-of-date product, returned or defective in some way?

A SHREDDRS facility can hand all your Woodburn product destruction needs, we have semi-trailers that can come to you to pick up your product, you can have it shipped to our secure certified location, or you can drop them off. Once completed you will receive a certificate of destruction, this can be used to show compliance with product recall or court ordered destruction, and simply for peace-of-mind.

Whatever the reason, SHREDDRS cab help, ensuring full compliance with laws regulating the disposal of products that require special disposal practices. We keep up to date on the latest rules regarding product destruction. Call SHREDDRS today to learn how we can help.

 

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Woodburn, IN 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.

SHREDDRS will properly dispose of your confidential documents. We service all businesses in Woodburn. For healthcare facilities, doctors’ offices, dentist, walk-in-clinics, in Woodburn 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 Woodburn business clients will know that their documents will be securely destroyed, and sensitive information will no longer be accessible.

Woodburn, Indiana Confidential Document Destruction

Woodburn businesses operating in today’s instant information age must navigate an ever-changing landscape of regulatory requirements, confidentiality, security, and liability issues. One of the most effective ways a Woodburn business can protect itself is to hire a professional document destruction company to handle sensitive materials. SHREDDRS has a shredding schedule to fit your business needs. Rely on us to minimize your company’s liability, maintain organization, and lessen your storage requirements.

Being on a regular Woodburn shredding schedule ensures you are only keeping what is needed for the appropriate amount of time. Thus, making your records retention department hold only what is required, saving valuable office or storage space.

 

Woodburn About

Woodburn is a city in Maumee Township, Allen County, Indiana, United States. The population was 1,520 at the 2010 census, making it the smallest in state as Cannelton had a population of 1,563 in the 2010 Census.

 

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Woodburn, Indiana Information

Woodburn is located adjacent to U.S. Route 24. In 1989, a group of Indiana and Ohio residents met in Woodburn to form the Fort to Port Improvement Organization to lobby for expansion of the highway between Fort Wayne, Indiana and Toledo, Ohio. The meeting was organized by State Representative Mitch Harper.