Protect your personal information and destroy your confidential documents at one of our paper shredding events near you.
Consumer fraud and identity theft are putting communities at risk. To raise awareness and to promote privacy protection, Shred-it organizes Community Shred-it events, offering paper shredding for local residents.
Did you Know?
Source: Shred-it Data Protection Report
- Shred-it co-owned the Guinness World Record for the most amount of paper collected in 24 hours at a shocking 898,931 LBS. Now that’s a lot of paper!
- The 2019 Shred-it Data Protection Report (DPR) found that the majority of Canadians (59%) believe that the onus is on the employees to ensure that data is secure.
- 52% of C-Suites report human error/accidental loss by an employee/insider to be the main cause of a data breach.
Free Shredding Events
A Community Shred-it
event is often ‘free’ to residents who are invited to bring a box or two of confidential papers that need to be securely destroyed.
Fee-Based Shredding Events
Some Community Shred-it events are planned to help raise funds for a charity, creating multiple benefits
. Community members who bring documents for secure shredding might be asked for a small donation to the charity.
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