What Can You Shred?

For your safety and convenience, we require all our clients in Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding areas to observe the following procedures. If you have any questions about them, don’t hesitate to call.

Things That You Can Mix Inside Your Shredding Container

Staples and/or paperclips do not need to be removed.

  • Accident Reports
  • Advertising Proofs
  • Audit Reports
  • Blueprints and Maps
  • Canceled Checks
  • Computer Printouts

  • Contracts
  • Correspondences
  • Customer Lists
  • Documents With Technical Information
  • Expense Records
  • Financial Statements

  • HR Files
  • Insurance Policies
  • Legal Documents
  • Old Invoices and Bills
  • Payroll Records
  • Personnel Files (Terminated Employees)

  • Price Lists
  • Proposals
  • Purchase Orders
  • Tax Records
  • Time Cards

Items We Can Destroy but Shouldn’t Be Mixed With Paper in the Shredding Container

  • Carbon Paper
  • Computer Discs
  • Computer Tapes
  • Credit Cards
  • Microfiche/X-Rays
  • Microfilms
  • Security Cards
  • Transparencies
  • Video Tapes

Items We Don’t Accept for Shredding

  • Cardboards
  • Glasses or Plastics
  • Magazines
  • Napkins, Cups, and Paper Plates
  • Newspapers
  • Phonebooks
  • Plastic or Metal Spirals
  • Three-Ring Binders
  • Trash