The cost of shredding depends on a number of key factors, such as: how much there is, how accessible it is, what the postcode is and whether on-site or off-site shredding is required. Topwood are able to provide on-site shredding and off-site shredding services for both paper shredding and media shredding. We can also offer off-site product shredding for the destruction of uniforms and branded products. Read on to find out how we work out our prices for your confidential shredding.
The prices for all of our confidential shredding vary according to the particular service and there are discounts available for high volume shredding. Our prices are based on fixed pounds (£) per kilogram (KG) as this provides full transparency. For our paper shredding services, our mobile shred trucks weigh all material so we know exactly how many kilograms have been shredded and therefore provide invoices based on that amount. We are happy to provide a total fixed price once we have established all of the details.
We will always provide a competitive quote based on your preferred unit based on our £ per KG rates, for example per box (depending on the box size), per pallet or per sack (we supply paper and poly-prop sacks).
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Our sales team take into account each of the criteria above to give you an accurate quote that reflects the service you require.
Unlike some of the national shredding companies we do NOT charge per minute - this encourages inefficiencies... the slower the shredding the higher the cost! Often for customers it is hard to estimate the total KG for us to quote on, instead it is easier to estimate the number of units. For example how many: lever arch files, archive boxes, sacks, linear metres of filing, pallets or filing cabinets to be destroyed. With this information we can estimate the number of KG and convert that to a quote in the unit of measure that you have. This process allows you to calculate a total job cost and compare like for like with other shredding companies.
At Topwood, our customers' shredded confidential papers are transported to the paper mill inside our secure shred trucks for recycling. At the recycling centre, the paper is made into pulp as the fibres of the shredded paper are separated. The pulp is put through a screening process - filtering out inpurities and preparing for printer ink removal. The newly recycled pulp is mixed with fresh pulp to manufacture new paper products.