One-Time Shredding Service

Whether you’re a small business that has accumulated piles of old documents and files over the years, to individuals looking to purge decades of no longer needed personal records and sensitive documents, Wildcat Shredding has a cost-effective, secure and convenient solution for you.
When it comes to yourself or your small business it is key to use a business that is there when YOU NEED THEM. You can rely on Wildcat Shredding to be at your door and on the phones when you need us most! We are here to serve and protect all of our clients 24/7!
Ideal for:
  • smaller companies that do not need recurring destruction of documents
  • residential users
How does one-time shredding work?
  1. Gather all the documents you’d like to shred in one convenient location. Remove binder clips, metal file hangers and any metal larger than your average staple or paperclip.
  2. Fill out our secure online form.
  3. Receive a call from us confirming and setting up your shredding service.
Perfect Solution When:
  • implementing new file management systems
  • going completly digital
  • destroying documents from recent settlements or tax matters
  • consolidating data or records
  • relocating you or your business
  • finally cleaning out that old storage room
How much does one-time shredding cost?

95-Gallon Container or up to 350 lbs.

Size of most curbside garbage bins, or roughly 6-8 Banker’s Boxes.

The cost of one-time shredding is determined by the amount of material you have to shred. We realize most people will not know how many pounds of paper they have. We’ve found that a 95-gallon container holds approximately 350 lbs. of paper. And this container is roughly the size of a standard rolling, curbside garbage bin. It’s also about the amount of paper you can fit in 6-8 banker’s boxes. Our pricing is based on how many of these containers you would need to fit all of the papers you want to shred.

PRICING:
1-2 Containers: $90 total
1-10 Containers – $40 each
10 or more: Custom Quote
NAID, the National Association of Information Destruction, is the standards setting body for the information destruction industry. A NAID AAA Certification verifies the qualifications of certified information destruction providers through a comprehensive scheduled and unannounced audit program. This certification and audit process helps companies meet numerous laws and regulations requiring protection of confidential customer information, including HIPAA, FACTA, and PCI compliance.
Regardless of how you destroy your documents and paperwork the most important thing is to make sure it’s destroyed in a secure manner and in accordance with privacy laws. With Wildcat Shredding’s mobile shredding service your documents are kept secure and shredding happens on-site, so you can see your documents being destroyed with now questions about chain of custody.
QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR SHREDDER

Service Time: Do you need off hours or weekend pickups? What is their average scheduling time? If you need service in the next day or two make sure they have availability.

Type of Shredding: Is the shredding done at your site (mobile shredding) or theirs (offsite shredding).

Type of Shred Bin: If you need recurring service, what type of shredding bin do you need? Ask what type of shredding bins do they provide. Are the bins provided free or will you need to lease them?

Empty Boxes: If your shredding is in boxes, you need to ask if they can take the boxes with them to be recycled. Or conversely, let you keep them.

Recycling: Do they recycle what they shred?

History: What is the contractor’s experience with shredding and document management? How long have they been doing business in your area? Ask for references.

Pricing: How do they charge for their service? Are there any additional charges you should expect?

Additional Services: Do you need a shredder that can also handle hard drives, computers or products?

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