Paper Shredding

GIVE US YOUR OLD DOCUMENTS AND BOWLING BALLS


Why Not Just Recycle It?

Recycling alone does not establish the necessary requirements of information destruction, such as:

  • how it was destroyed
  • where it was destroyed
  • who destroyed it
  • when it was destroyed
  • legal chain of custody
  • fiduciary obligations

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Congratulations on getting here! Having Deep Seven properly shred your documents gives you better security, greater peace of mind, more storage space, and more time.

Chances are you need one of these three options:

  • 1. A one-time clean out- to get rid of that mountain of records in storage.
  • 2. A new routine service - because you're tired of doing it yourself or paying employees to do it.
  • 3. A better shredding option - because the service or cost of your current shredding company just isn't cutting it.

Deep Seven is perfect for all of the above. What do we offer that most shredding companies don't?

  • 1
    GREATER SECURITY

    Far greater, in fact. See the chart below for more details.

  • 2
    LOWER PRICES

    We work extremely hard to provide more for less. You may be surprised how affordable we are.

  • 3
    BIGGER MACHINES

    Yes, we can actually shred bowling bowls. And hard drives. Mere paper doesn't stand a chance.

  • 4
    GREEN DISPOSAL

    100% of our paper shreds are recycled into toilet paper.

  • 5
    FREE DONUTS AND CANDY

    The icing on the... hmm, maybe we shouldn't use a dessert metaphor here.

THEM US
On-site shred: They shred documents just once, leaving them vulnerable to reassembly. Yes, thieves can piece together tiny shreds back into documents. We shred your documents twice, using two different methods, so they can never be reassembled.
Off-site shred: Some don't bother locking up your documents during transit or at their facility. Some companies even sort your papers by color (to make more money), so their employees see every page of your sensitive information. We keep your files in locked bins that are unlocked only as the bin is being mechanically dumped into the shredder, so no one (including us) ever sees them.
Post Shred Destination: They sometimes ship files to other states before being shredded, and export the paper to other countries after being shredded, so who knows how many people see them! We shred the paper, wet it down with water, compact it into bales, and send it directly to pulp mills who turn it into toilet paper.
Third Parties: They sometimes give your paper to recycling or insulation companies that don't care about information security. We don't.