Logan Square Paper Shredding Service
Your daily work generates a lot of paper, and much of it contains highly sensitive information, such as patient records, financial records, product development, and more. Once the information is no longer needed, what do you do to assure it doesn’t get into the wrong hands? In today’s world of leaks and intrigue, sensitive information needs to be completely destroyed, and the huge amounts generated in the day-to-day workplace can be staggering. Shredding is the most reliable way of assuring workplace security, and Shred Spot is best in its class in handling your shredding needs in Logan Square.
You can drop off your papers to us by scheduled appointment and watch as they get shredded. There is no minimum volume of paper required. Pricing is by the pound and is dependent on volume. Deliver it to us in boxes, bags or loose. We will bring a cart or pallet to your car to help offload and deliver it into factory. Don’t stress about removing staples, paper clips or binder clips. Your shredded paper gets mixed with other paper and promptly baled into 1,400 lb bales. It is then shipped to a paper mill to be recycled into paper towels and toilet paper. We ship to Kimberly-Clark, Georgia Pacific, International Paper and SCA. What about the cardboard containers that held your paper? They get baled and sent to a cardboard plant to get made into recycled cardboard and box board.
About Shred Spot Paper Shredding Logan Square
Since 2009, Shred Spot has enjoyed a strong credibility and reputation for dependability and versatility. We are constantly seeking the most effective, most modern ways to collect, process and recycle paper documents. Our service area includes the greater Chicago area, and because we are located so close to your Logan Square site, you can opt for either pick-up or drop-off of your paper– we are here for your convenience and peace of mind. With an A+ Better Business Bureau rating, Shred Spot has also received top ratings and positive reviews on Yelp, Angie’s List, Facebook, Google and Thumbtack.