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Protect Your Confidential Waste with Secure Paper Shredding Services

Identity and data theft are a big problem for modern businesses but now they can be prevented effortlessly with the help of ShredPro Ltd. The company offers a secure and cost-effective on-site shredding service adhering to the highest standards.

Jan 19 2014, 2:08am CST | by

Stratford-Upon-Avon, United Kingdom, January 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- ShredPro Ltd, is an independent privately owned shredding company offering secure and cost-effective on-site shredding services adhering to the highest standards in the industry to ensure maximum protection of your confidential information. Their flexible range of services means that the company can cater large archive destruction projects and are always competitively priced.

"We understand that protecting the privacy of your organization's sensitive data and private information is paramount. As the leaders in the document destruction industry, we implement a strict assurance program ensuring that your sensitive data is in the best hands. All our drivers and shredding operatives are enhanced CRB checked and vetted to BS7858 regulations," reported the manager from ShredPro Ltd, a member of BSIA (The British Security Industry Association).

ShredPro Ltd, the proud holders of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 offers certificate of destruction on completion. Their shredders are built into the vehicle and are 40 times faster than most regular office shredders, allowing the professional team to dispose all the confidential documents in super quick time. In addition to onsite paper shredding services, they are also experts of regular shredding service. All services offered by ShredPro Ltd are regulated to the European standard for information destruction (EN15713).

While speaking about their service range, the manager also added, "Along with secure shredding service, we also care for the environment. That's why we've invested in shredding vehicles from one manufacturer as they have had many product improvements and features which has resulted in lower fuel consumption and emissions when both driving the vehicle and operating the shredding machine itself."

ShredPro Ltd can offer business owners peace of mind that their organization's sensitive material will be treated with the utmost care and confidentiality, allowing them to focus on what they do best.

About ShredPro Ltd

ShredPro Ltd is a well-established paper shredding services company that follows the strict guidelines set out by the European Standard on Information Destruction EN15713. They're also a proud holder of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 assuring that they follow a number of procedures to promote environmentally friendly services. For more information, visit http://shredpro-uk.com/

Contact Information:
shredpro-uk.com
Darren Brown
08001214680
Contact via Email
http://shredpro-uk.com/
Fulbrook House, Warwick Road,
Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK
shedprou@gmail.com

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