Topwood offers on-site and off-site document shredding to numerous organisations in the West Midlands area. We have a variety of options available, whether you are a small business looking for shredding, a large company clearing 10 years’ worth of archiving or anything in between.If your premises are in Solihull, Wolverhampton, Smethwick, Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Halesowen, Dudley or any neighbouring areas, we can shred on-site with you any Tuesday and Thursday.
Some of our confidential paper shredding services in Birmingham include:
Mobile On-site Document ShreddingOn-site shredding is where we bring one of our mobile shred trucks to you. Our uniformed, security vetted staff then transfer your confidential waste to the truck.
Off-site Document ShreddingThe collection of confidential waste for off-site shredding is a totally safe method of paper disposal. Within hours of collection by our security vetted staff the waste is weighed and tipped directly into high security industrial shredders.
Regular Document ShreddingAs part of this service we supply a variety of lockable confidential shredding waste bins. Regardless of whether secure consoles or wheeled shredding bins best suit your needs our regular shredding services ensure unwanted documents can be safely and easily deposited in your workplace.
One-off Document ShreddingIf you have a requirements to clear a backlog of material we can provide a one-off document shredding service. As our shred trucks have a load capacity of 6 tonnes and shred rate of 3000kg per hour we can destroy on-site over 500 archive boxes in a few hours. Our high speed industrial shredders can cope with shredding files and documents so for bulk clearance there is no need to remove paper clips, staples and other stationery.
To reduce the risk of a data breach always check to see if your shredding or storage company has the following accreditations;ISO 27001: 2013 ISO 9001: 2015 EN1571 BS7858 – Vetted Staff PD5454: 2012 – Principle standard to which storage services are supplied
GDPR came into effect on 25th May 2018Is your data destruction process GDPR compliant? Take a look at our 5 step guide to GDPR and data destruction.
- Create awareness
- Define all data processing within organisation
- Analyse and assess each area of data processing
- Guidance on a secure destruction process
- Auditing 3rd party organisations.