Document Shredding Thomasville
Shredding in Thomasville comes naturally to us, as our local shredding and hard drive destruction business was founded in Thomasville in 2003. We are celebrating our family’s fourth generation in business here. Because we live, work, and play in Thomasville, we have a reputation that is very important to us. You can count on our team of information security experts to handle the end of life destruction and recycling of your confidential documents and electronics with the highest level of professionalism and service. Just ask your neighbor - they are probably already doing business with us.
Compliance isn’t a commodity you can buy. We partner with our clients to create shredding solutions tailored to their needs, including ongoing training and process improvement to keep them up to speed on industry best practices.
We offer smart, efficient shredding and hard drive destruction solutions designed for unique compliance problems, with secure processes that exceed industry standards. That's why we have the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID)'s AAA Gold Standard and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI)'s GCIC Accreditation.
We control the whole process by emptying the contents of our clients' shred cabinets into a locking bin, unloading and destroying the contents under surveillance at our facility, and managing a direct relationship with our paper mill, where our shredded paper is recycled into tissue. We made the decision NOT to shred onsite when we heard the horror stories of financial institutions who had odd sized documents like checks and credit cards go through the shred truck blades unshredded, then ended up being dumped at a third party recycle plant for anyone to find.
Since 2003 our family has been shredding in Thomasville, and you get the benefit of better service because of it. Call Christopher or Powell to talk shredding anytime, or bump into us at The YMCA, Thomasville Rotary, The Thomasville Thomas County Chamber of Commerce, Glen Arven, the Thomasville Center for the Arts, the Thomasville Amphitheatre, or downtown Thomasville on the bricks.