Confidential Paper Shredding
A large percentage of paper waste generated in an office is secure or confidential paper (documents, files and reports etc). Many companies do not want staff for strangers inspecting this information and request it be made secure on site, and then confidentially destroyed and recycled.
Reclaim has designed a simple and effective system for the secure destruction and recycling of confidential business paper. Reclaim has provided this service to small, medium and large organisations for over 15 years.
Our secure service exceeds the New Zealand Security Industry Association (NZSIA) standards.
Secure Paper Bin
240 litre wheelie bins are an efficient method for collecting confidential business paper. Servicing of bins is on-demand.
A security seal or padlock is fitted onto the Secure Paper bin by the driver. The driver provides a receipt upon exchange of each bin. When requested, a full bin is exchanged for an empty bin on site. The full bin is transported to a security destruction facility for shredding.
These are available for short-term use.
|Secure Document Destruction Poster|
View and download our Secure Document Destruction Poster. It provides operational guidelines and recycling advice. (317kb)
|Auckland Recycling Services Brochure|
View and download Reclaim's services profile brochure. It contains information relating to our company, our services, product specifications, operational guidelines and recycling advice. (2.58mb)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why should I eliminate waste going to landfills?A lot of the waste sent to landfills never goes away, it just stays there rotting. Some waste breaks down as harmless matter, but too much ends up producing methane gases and/or toxic sludge (both can escape landfills and harm our environment).
- Is Secure Documentation Destruction material recycled?We ensure the confidential documents are securely collected, transferred and destroyed using fine shredders. The shredded paper is then baled and recycled.
- How does your Residual Waste service reduce waste going to landfills?A lot of the waste sent to landfills never goes away, it just stays there rotting. Some waste breaks down as harmless matter, but too much ends up producing methane gases and/or toxic sludge (both can escape landfills and harm our environment).
Our goal is to switch businesses over to a new way of managing waste removal. By providing a Residual Waste service, we believe attention and interest in the need to divert waste to landfills will increase. Our customers are encouraged to correctly deposit their recyclable waste and reduce the amount of residual waste they generate. In doing this, waste collection schedules become less frequent and/or larger bins are replaced by smaller bins, leading to the eventual removal of bins and no waste going to landfills. This process signals progress towards zero-waste, all leading to reduced landfill waste and reduced running costs.
This is not a separate service, it is only offered combined with one or more of our recycling services. It is only available in the Auckland region.
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