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 »

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 »

One way to find out about free local paper shredding events is to check the events section at city government websites. These events might also be advertised in local newspapers and on the local television news. Free pap... More »

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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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 »

Local shredding companies include large retailers such as Office Depot and FedEx, mobile shredding companies such as Iron Mountain and Shred-It, and local shredding companies such as those reviewed on AngiesList.com. Som... More »

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FedEx Office, The UPS Store, Staples, Office Depot and Office Max all offer color printing services and have many locations nationwide. Smaller independent stores can be found through the local phone book, Yelp and by se... More »

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