Pittsburgh Shredding Service

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Pittsburgh Shredding Service
 is dedicated to helping businesses and homes connect with secure and cost-effective shredding solutions. We understand the need to protect your sensitive documents and comply with all Pennsylvania and federal regulations. But we also know that the work needs to be done quickly and efficiently. We will provide your business with solutions from the best shredding services.

About Us

Pittsburgh Shredding Service offers various shredding service options to meet your volume and security requirements. 

If you don't know what service works best for you just give us a call and we would be glad to help you out. All pricing is based on volume and frequency.

For more information on Pittsburgh Shredding Service, simply request a free quote today, or give us a call at (412) 532-4266. 

Featured Article

Mobile shredding is an easy way to dispose of documents quickly and efficiently anywhere in Pittsburgh, and gives you a way to watch your files being shredded right in front of you.

It’s a secure solution for your shredding needs, and it eliminates multiple steps of the shredding process. 

This article will help identify the benefits of mobile shredding along with how the process works if you want to have a professional shredding service come to your home or office. 

Pittsburgh Shredding Services

  • Mobile Shredding/On Site Shredding - Shredding trucks come to your home or business and destroy your confidential materials on site. 

  • Off Site Shredding - Your materials are picked up and shredded at a secure plant. 

  • Hard Drive Shredding - Physical destruction for your magnetic media.

  • Ongoing Service - Daily,  weekly,  or monthly scheduled shredding service is available. Secure, locking shred bins are provided for free.

  • One Time Service - For those requiring an annual, one-time, or occasional shredding service.

  • Secure Shredding - All offered shredding services are secure and comply with HIPAA, FACTA and state privacy laws.

  • Certificates of Destruction - Every job gets a certificate of destruction for your compliance records.