Paper Shredding If you run a business that includes a lot of sensitive paperwork, then you probably use shredding machines. Some businesses will place their records into storage and then at convenient times, they will call upon a service with adequate equipment to come and destroy the documents. This is a secure way for companies to get rid of old paperwork that is no longer needed. For home offices, though, a standard store-bought shredder is more than enough to suffice.
Residential - For regular households, a general shredder is enough. They can come with a bucket that supports the shredder or without one. The buckets are more convenient and are easily emptied.
Commercial - Industrial strength shredders are capable of handling several sheets at once for productivity purposes. These are heavier duty than the house held ones but are usually more costly too.
Mobile Shredder - This service gives offices the ability to hand off all of their documents and waste removal tasks to an outside business with heavy machinery. They will generally take your documents to a shredding facility or perform the task in front of you so you can be assured that your confidential records are safe.
Drop Off - This is also a way to dump your waste management problems onto another company. All outside businesses offer a secure alternative to destroying your personal or professional confidential documents.
Paper Mill - A Paper mill facility takes shredded papers and recycles them, turning them into different paper products.
Energy Saver - A certain type of desktop shredding machine which will destroy your papers and then go into “sleep” mode to conserve electricity.