Shred Alert provide Sale, Greater Manchester and the UK with a professional and competitively priced confidential waste disposal and shredding service.
The majority of businesses hold personal data, whether it is regarding their employees, customers, patients or suppliers etc. Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), personal records need to be protected and disposed of correctly and in-line with the regulations.
This is where Shred Alert can assist - we offer a comprehensive confidential waste management service that covers the collection, disposal and secure destruction of any documents or records your company may hold. Our services come in a range of pricing plans, with bespoke options also available. These plans include one-off collections and regular collections, all ensuring your company is in complete compliance with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Hiring a professional confidential waste disposal company is essential in ensuring your company is GDPR compliant. Shred Alert are a well-established company, accredited to BS EN 15713:2009 standards that encompass all aspects of interim storage and the destruction confidential waste. We look after businesses from a vast range of sectors, all of varying size, across Greater Manchester and the UK.
Part of our disposal and shredding service includes the supply of secure lockable consoles. These consoles can be placed anywhere in the office, even on your employees desk, and they can deposit confidential material into the consoles easily and with absolute security. Our consoles are only accessible by members of Shred Alert, so sensitive material cannot be accessed once deposited. These consoles are then emptied by Shred Alert staff, removing the hessian bag containing the confidential waste, and transporting it to our secure off-site shredding facility. We then replace the hessian bag and your lockable console is ready to reuse then and there.
Personal information can include names, addresses, bank details, photographs, email addresses, patient records, employment contracts etc. If your company holds any of this information then it is likely GDPR regulations will be applicable. Similarly, GDPR comes into force if someone that you store records on, requests to be forgotten. This is well within their rights and as a business you have one month to legally erase all their data. Disposal of their records will need to be in accordance with current legislation as proof may be requested to prove this.
Our state of the art shredding station is BS EN 15713 approved and we have developed a cost-effective pricing structure that offers all businesses, both big and small, a solution to meet their waste disposal demands. Following any shredding service you will receive a Certificate of Destruction (free of charge), to identify that records were disposed of in accordance with GDPR.
For further information regarding our pricing plans for our confidential waste disposal service, please see our dedicated plans and pricing page. We also offer tailored collections and one-off collections should that be more suitable for your business.
Contact the team at Shred Alert today and see what we can do for your business.