Corporate Apparel, Clothing and Uniform Destruction

The Shred On Site Melbourne and Shred On Site Geelong mobile shredding vehicles are the latest in shredding technology from North America. These shredders have the ability to not only shred paper, staples, bulldog clips, lever arch files etc., but also most clothing. These vehicles are designed to come to your business or home and shred your confidential documents ON SITE. We don’t turn up in a small van to take your documents away to be onsold to paper recycler and we definitely don’t have people sorting through your confidential documents to put them into different paper grades before shredding.

Corporate Apparel

Do you have corporate apparel that your staff  no longer wear? Has your company gone through a recent rebranding? Do you have clothing that is obsolete for some other reason?

If corporate apparel is not destroyed, you take the risk of unauthorised access, entry to restricted areas of your organisation, or creating a bad reputation for your business.

If you don’t want to take the risk that this clothing may end up being reused, then there is the option to have it all destroyed on site. Depending on the thickness of the clothing, most clothing can be shredded.

Then depending on the type of material, it can often be used in recycled products or, if not, it will go to landfill in a form where the clothing cannot be reused.

Uniforms

If police, emergency services, military or other uniforms are no longer required, then there is the option to have all uniforms shredded on site. This avoids mistaken identity issues or people deliberately pretending they are members of one of these services.

Depending on the type of material, the shredded end product can often be used in recycled products or, if not, it will go to landfill in a form where the clothing cannot be reused.

Branded Clothing

Identity theft is a huge problem around the world. If you have samples, old stock or if you have confiscated counterfeit clothing, then there is the option to have it all shredded on site.

Depending on the type of material, the shredded end product can often be used in recycled products or, if not, it will go to landfill in a form where the clothing cannot be reused.

For more information or discuss your options, call Shred On Site 1300 558 876