Monthly Archive June 2020

ByCatherine Gould

Some of our FAQ’s answered.

There is loads to know when it comes to paper shredding and our paper shredding service but today we thought we would focus on our most frequently asked questions.

How secure is the paper shredder?

Our paper shredder that we use for our shredding service cuts paper to a P3 level. This is a cross cut machine which ensures your paper is shredded both horizontally and vertically. Once paper is shredded it goes to our attached baler which then bales all the shredded paper to further increase paper security.

This image shows what size paper gets shredded to with a comparison against an A4 piece of paper.

What area’s do you collect from?

We can collect paper from the following area’s: Wirral, Liverpool, Chester, North Wales and Ellesmere Port. Customers can also drop off their paper to be shredded at our premises in Neston, Wirral. We ensure that we collect and shred our paper in the same day so no paper is left overnight that has not been shredded.

When can I drop my paper off?

Our secure paper shredding service is based in Neston, Wirral. We have allocated convenient time slots so that customers can drop off their paper and be the only customers at the premises due to coronavirus social distancing measures. Just give us a phone call to book your slot and we will look forwards to seeing you. Our full address is Unit 10 Windle Court, Clayhill Industrial Park, Neston, Wirral, CH64 3UH.

Our premises in Neston, Wirral. We open the roller door to take in paper so feel free to park in-front of the big roller door to drop off your paper.

Is it environmentally friendly?

Yes, it is so important to us that our shredding service is secure and environmentally friendly. All of our shredded paper is recycled and reused.

Local recycling company collecting our pallets of shredded paper to be taken for recycling.

Do you provide any documentation for the shredding service?

We provide you with a invoice and certificate of destruction which is emailed over to you. The certificate of destruction will be dated and will also state how many bags or boxes have been shredded. This is useful if you need it for company records or even just some more reassurance that your household documents have been shredded.

If you have any other questions on our shredding service, feel free to pick up the phone and call us on 0151 226 2122 or email us at where we will endeavour to answer any more paper shredding questions you may have.