How it Works

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You will have a locked security bin or console kept in a convenient location in your office for your employees to deposit documents for confidential document shredding. There is the choice of either a 240-litre lockable security bin (WDH 585 x 730 x 1016mm) or the more office friendly lockable console (WDH 490 x 380 x 890mm). The console comes with the super strong nylon bag to hold your confidential documents before shredding.  

Shred On Site
Employees place all confidential documents in the bin through a slot measuring 220mm x 20mm. There is no need to remove staples, bulldog clips or plastic sleeves. A spare key is kept by your nominated Document Security Manager in case bulk items need to be place in the bin. Each bin has a notice on top clearly outlining what can and can’t be placed in the bin. All contents will be 100% recycled after shredding.

Shred On Site
Your Shred On Site Operator will visit your office on the nominated day and securely transport the security bin back to our state-of-the-art vehicle for destruction. The bin is placed into a retractable bin tunnel to ensure no documents can be lost during the loading process. The Gripper Tipper loading system allows for easy ground or curb loading while complying with all OH&S standards.  

Shred On Site
Your confidential documents are fed into a ST-15H shredder. Its cast aluminium unit has exceptional strength without the weight of steel. It shreds up to 2,200 kg/h. The shredder features hub knives, high strength alloy shafts, cast-iron cleaning fingers and a bridgeless vibrating feeding hopper.

Shred On Site
You have the option to watch the destruction process on the truck’s security camera. After your bin is emptied we will issue a Certificate of Destruction for your audit purposes.

 

Shred On Site

Your documents are shredded and loaded into the back of the truck. When full it contains over four tonnes that are unloaded via a walking floor at a paper recycling plant.  

Shred On Site
The shredded paper is then mixed in with other paper products and baled up to be sent to a recycling mill. All of our shredded paper is 100% recycled back into either office papers for re-use or used to create low-grade paper products.