Mobile On-site Shredding Service.



"Having your staff shred confidential information presents a potential security risk and indirect cost to your business. Reviewing best practice and value for money is essential,with accurate tracebility of tonnages recycled"      

Security Shredding procedures (please click)






High level security shredding of your confidential material (e.g. all paper records, audio & video tapes, CD's computer media, microfiche, negatives, x-rays, credit cards, id cards, uniforms and products).On-site shredding  is the quickest and most secure way to destroy your confidential material, which can be witnessed directly by yourselves. Complying to the  Information Destruction Standards BS EN 15713:2009.



Our simple 4 step guide will assist customers trying to establish an approved regional and national service.




1. ON - SITE SHREDDING SERVICE -  Perrys will provide a personal and free quotation, offering customers peace of mind with our fixed costs and automated scheduled service with regular visits, or our "purge" service which  is ad hoc and can be booked at any time for the collection and on-site destruction of confidential documents stored in secure containers, or collected in customers boxes and bags. 




Security console for sacks
 Security 140litre wheeled bin  
Security 240litre wheeledn bin



2. CUSTOMER ASSURANCE - This high security service provides peace of mind with all material shredded on customer site, conforming to BS8470 and new European Destruction Standards. We provide upon destruction of your material a security receipt note, with certificate of destruction and invoice issued monthly. Security staff are Police & MOD vetted with corporate uniforms and the mobile shredder has onboard communication direct to our transport office and customer, as well satilliate tracking for real time customer service.  


Customer compliance - Please click download area




3.  CLOSED LOOP RECYCLING -  All material is shredded and baled into mill size bales at one of our recycling depots, then sent in 25tonnes loads to tissue mills in the UK to be recycling into new product.  Please also ask about our office recycling solutions for paper, cardboard, plastic bottlles, cans, vending cups, glass, batteries, flourecent tubes and WEEE goods. (please click to view to view process).





4.  General Data Protection Regulations (Compliance by 25th May 2018).
Businesses should be aware of these new regulations and prepare accordingly. Responsible data management and end of life shredding and recycling is essential  to avoid new fines of 4% of Global Turnover. 



Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has told businesses there's no time to delay in preparing for "the biggest change to data protection law for a generation".

Speaking in a video addressing boardrooms, Ms Denham calls on businesses to see the commercial benefits of sound data protection, and act now to ensure they're compliant by 25 May 2018:

"If your organisation can't demonstrate that good data protection is a cornerstone of your business policy and practices, you're leaving your organisation open to enforcement action that can damage both public reputation and bank balance. But there's a carrot here as well as a stick: get data protection right, and you can see a real business benefit."

Also marking one year until GDPR is implemented:

  • Elizabeth Denham is speaking to business leaders about the importance of cybersecurity at a Wall Street Journal event.
  • Deputy Commissioner Rob Luke is looking at GDPR and the digital economy at a Tech UK event.
  • An updated data protection toolkit for SMEs goes live on the ICO website, including a new element focussed on getting ready for GDPR. The checklist can help organisations assess their progress in preparing for GDPR.
  • The 12 steps to take to prepare for GDPR is relaunched, with updated guidance and increased focus on the need to act now to prepare for May 2018


Existing Data Protection Act 1998 Regulations - If you handle personal information about individuals, you have a number of legal obligations to protect that information. Principle 7 of the Act states that ' appropriate technical and organizational measures shall be taken against unauthorized or unlawful processing of personal data and against accidental loss or destruction of, or damage to, personal data' - having an approved shredding agreement for all your confidential paper records ensures legal compliance.


ICO (Information Commissioners Office) Physical Security Example - 'As part of its security measures, an organisation ensures that information on laptop computers issued to staff is protected by encryption, and that desk-top computer screens in its offices are positioned so that they cannot be viewed by casual passers-by. Paper waste is collected in secure bins and is shredded on site at the end of each week.'

More information available direct from Information Commissioners Office -

More information on Perrys Recycling On-site shredding services please contact us.



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EMAIL - Michelle David (Customer Care)