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We are taking care to operate as normally as we can, whilst complying with government advice for business and our specific sector. We can still offer visits to your home or office to collect shredding, providing social distancing can be maintained
Overlowing boxes and filing cabinets can be a risk to your business. If your office needs a clear out, a project has ended and you no longer need the paperwork it generated, or you have old files in storage that no longer need to be kept, we can help!
Many companies have a scheduled shredding service for their day-to-day papers which need to be shred. However, eliminating stored or project paperwork that no longer needs to be kept helps you to remain compliant with data protection rules and GDPR
Whether you have a single bag of paper to be shred, or an entire storage room - we can help. Simply contact us and we'll take care of the rest, ensuring your shredding is completed with as little disruption to your business as possible. We will issue a certificate of destruction for you to retain in your records, showing your documents were securely destroyed.
Our shredding service isn't just available for businesses - individuals can shred with Bradshaw Shredding, taking advantage of the same secure destruction of their personal documents that we use for businesses
Our FAQs about shredding cover many of the commonly asked questions about shredding. If you don't see the answer to your question, or you simply prefer to talk with someone, please ring your local shredding office or contact us - we're glad to help!