The security of public paper shredding varies depending on the firm chosen to carry out the services. The Paper Shredding Services Review rates the top 10 public paper shredders between fair and excellent in document sec... More »

Popular shredding companies include Iron Mountain, Shred-it, Citishred and Secure Document Alliance. These companies allow businesses to safely and cost-effectively discard unnecessary paper-based documents while complyi... More »

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Office Depot offers paper-shredding services in all of its store locations for a fee based on the weight of the paper. The office supplier processes smaller jobs for safely discarding documents in-store, while larger job... More »

Paper shredding services are typically based on the amount of paper to be shredded; paper can be measured in terms of numbers of bankers' boxes or file cabinets. Offices that require regular shredding services can establ... More »

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To find local paper shredding services, search for Office Depot, FedEx or Shred-it service centers in your area. Their websites feature an office locator to help you find a service center near you. Use your city, ZIP cod... More »

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While major companies like FedEx and Office Depot have low cost, in-store shredding services, free shredding is often offered through private companies or local governments. The city of Houston holds free mobile shreddin... More »

Some businesses with free shredding services in Chicago include Midway and Staples. There is also a community shredding event every year in Chicago that provides free shredding. More »

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