We bring our shredding facility to your location. Our MDS-25GT on-site shred truck can shred more than 3,000 lbs/hr. and has automatic curb-level feeding and dump-body unloading to create a totally hands-free secure shredding process.
Our team works with you to create a customized schedule based on your specific document disposal needs. We can set up daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly visits, depending on the volume of documents your business generates. On the scheduled date, our state-of-the-art mobile shredding truck will arrive at your location at the agreed-upon time. Our trucks are equipped with cutting-edge shredding equipment capable of handling large volumes of paper quickly and securely.
At Black Ops Destruction, we have established ourselves as a trusted and reliable document destruction partner for businesses across diverse industries. Our on-site shredding services are designed to offer a seamless, secure, and eco-friendly solution for safeguarding your data. Protect your business, maintain customer trust, and meet compliance requirements with ease. Contact us today to schedule an on-site shredding service tailored to your specific needs.
BLACK OPS DESTRUCTION ON-SITE PAPER SHREDDING PROCESS:
An Black Ops Destruction uniformed security officer gathers your confidential materials within our secure locking Toters.
The locking Toters are then transported outside to our on-site shred truck in a designated location at your facility.
A Toter is loaded onto the automatic tipper arm on the shred truck which lifts the Toter into the chute and dumps the contents into the internal shredder.
Your confidential material is never seen or touched. This process can be viewed by camera on the side of the truck.
Your now shredded material is automatically deposited into the GPS tracked locked truck.
Once all of your materials have been properly destroyed it is transported to a secured staging facility.
The paper material is then emptied into a pit to be baled, weighed, logged and loaded onto a GPS tracked tractor trailer which is transported directly to U.S. paper mills
The bales of paper shreds are pulped and recycled into new paper products.