When you partner with Adera for paper shredding, your business can fulfill its environmental and ethical responsibilities as well as its document security needs.
The paper products collected by our mobile paper shredding units are destroyed on the spot and then sent to paper mills to be recycled into usable product.
If you are looking at paper shredding you should consider “Chain of Custody” issues. Are you creating a chain of custody that at best will need careful monitoring, and at worst may be something over which you have absolutely no control?
Shredding on-site eliminates the creation of a chain of custody.
What we do for you is more than “Paper Shredding.”
Your peace of mind that comes from seeing the information destroyed, on-site, and knowing that what is being hauled away from your location is material for recycling, not confidential information.
Adera specializes in on-site, paper shredding, and in keeping private information out of the wrong hands.
Adera’s on-site services cover all aspects of paper destruction, whether that is through regular, scheduled destruction events, or “one off” purges of materials that you no longer need to archive.
More than once we have witnessed confidential documents fluttering over the highway after an accident involving a truck transporting files.
As you know, until those documents are shredded, they are still your responsibility, with all of the potential regulatory violations, and fines that such a breach of security will create. Paper shredding at your location eliminates this potential security breach,
and avoids complicated “Chain of Custody” issues.
Regulatory compliance and growing identity theft is adding the need for offices like yours to find an economic and secure method of disposing of a mountain of dated information, as well as day to day paperwork that must be disposed of in a secure, confidential process.
Almost all companies eventually contract a paper shredding service for regular or one-off shredding services.
If you are buried under volumes of paperwork, or have a storage facility that is bursting at the seams, Adera can help.
If you are experiencing the frustration of trying to carry out your paper shredding with inadequate office shredders, and the need for highly paid staff to abandon their duties to feed them, Adera can solve that paper shredding problem.
Adera will collect, and purge files from your on-site or off-site facilities, and can provide regular, paper shredding service for the contents of your “Slot & Lock,” secure containers, which we provide free of charge.
We do everything on-site via our powerful shredding trucks, which destroy your material at speeds up to 50 times faster than the average office shredder.
Our staff is highly trained, background-checked, and bonded to ensure the safest means of destroying your sensitive data.
On-site, paper shredding means you never have to worry whether your documents arrived safely at their destination, whether they were actually shredded, and whether they were shredded by bonded, background-checked personnel.
You can witness it all at your site, and watch as your confidential paper is turned into recycle paper ready for processing back into paper products.
Before we leave, you are provided with a Certificate of Destruction that guarantees the job was done right. Your organization is assured an uncompromised level of paper shredding security.
You have demanded On-Site shredding, and we have responded. We agree with you. It is the best way to keep private matters, private.
We don’t just want you to become an Adera customer; we want you to become an Adera fan. Adera customers are our most persuasive ambassadors.
If you would like an industry specific testimonial from one of our fans, just make a request on this web site, and we will forward one from someone in your industry.
Let Adera be your confidentiality security force.
And remember, the benefits of paper shredding to the environment are enormous.
According to the EPA, to make one ton of paper using recycled fiber saves the following: 17 trees, 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space, 360 gallons of water, 100 gallons of gasoline, 60 pounds of air pollutants and10,401 kilowatts of electricity.