Confidential Destruction Services

traffic side profile sept 2015Our secured warehouse facility is fully alarmed with CCTV video surveillance.  This facility stores all confidential material, shredders, shredded materials and equipment.  All materials are transported to the facility in a secure vehicle.

Theft, vandalism and industrial espionage are becoming ever increasing security problems.  We’ve all heard the horror stories resulting from confidential information getting into the wrong hands.

Business espionage professionals consider trash to be the single most available source of competitive and private information from the average business. We have found that any business that discards private and proprietary data without the benefit of destruction exposes itself to the risk of criminal and civil prosecution, as well as the costly loss of business.

Today’s information explosion can be devastating to your business.  Businesses are using more and more paperwork to keep track of various information.  The possibility of your company business becoming someone else’s knowledge is not worth a chance.

Document destruction is the ultimate in maximum security for instant destruction of sensitive and confidential documents. All businesses need to discard confidential data because every business is entrusted with information that must be kept private.

Just about any business has a need for document destruction

Document destruction refers to the shredding of sensitive printed material; typically, these materials are produced by businesses. The types of records that are usually destroyed by businesses include, but are not limited to:

  • Financial Records
  • Inventory List
  • Payroll Records
  • Medical Records
  • Personnel Files
  • New Product Proposals
  • Legal Documents
  • Invoices
  • Account Records and Ledgers
  • Price Lists
  • Customer Lists
  • Confidential Correspondence

Connaught Waste Recycling Co. Ltd. also shreds various materials, which are not paper related, such as:

  • Medical Equipment
  • Microfiche
  • Defective Merchandise
  • CD ROMs
  • Typewriter and Printer Ribbons
  • Hard Disks
  • Video Cassettes
  • Floppy Disks
  • Manufacturing Prototypes
  • Plastic Credit and ID Cards

These types of materials are shredded because companies need to protect their information.

What should you confidentially destroy:

  • Financial Records
  • Inventory List
  • Payroll Records
  • Medical Records
  • Personnel Files
  • New Product Proposals
  • Legal Documents
  • Invoices
  • Account Records and Ledgers
  • Price Lists
  • Customer Lists
  • Confidential Correspondence