DOCUMENT SHREDDING
 
What Documents Need Safe Destruction?
Every business has documents that contain sensitive or personal information relating to its operation, its staff or maybe even its customers. When considering the destruction of these documents, it is important to ensure that confidential information remains just that! CONFIDENTIAL.

If in doubt please contact your Accountant or the Australian Tax Office to discuss your responsibilities under the PRIVACY ACT.
What can you SHRED?

RIPIT SHREDDING can assist with the Confidential Shredding Service of:

  • Office Paper
  • Office documents
  • Discs
  • Sign in Slips
  • Raffle Tickets
  • Invoice Books
  • Receipt Books
  • Payroll Books
  • Banking Books
  • JUST TO NAME A FEW
We can save you time and money as well.
WE DO NOT require the removal of staples, bull dog clips, paper clips or binding strips from paper before it is collected.
What other items can RIPIT SHREDDING also RECYCLE?
  • Cardboard
  • Newspaper
  • Plastic Wrap
  • Plastic Office Sleeves
  • Plastic Covers
  • Display Books
  • Lever Arch Folders
  • Plastic Folders
  • X Rays
What CAN’T you SHRED?
  • Garbage / Food Waste
  • Polystyrene
  • Carbon Paper
  • Foil
Who can RIPIT SHREDDING help?
RIPIT SHREDDING can provide both businesses and private households with FREE lockable and secure mobile shredding bins to assist with:-
  • Business Relocation Clean Outs
  • Domestic Household Relocation Clean Outs
  • Bulk Business Clean-Outs
  • End of Financial Year Clean Outs
  • Home offices
  • Small to medium businesses
  • Large corporations
  • Government departments
  • Financial institutions
  • Clubs
  • Motels
  • just to name a few
RIPIT SHREDDING provides a Certificate of Destruction upon completion of any document destruction service in accordance with the National Privacy Act 1988, Privacy Provisions of the Act 2001 and the Public Record Act 1973.

Protect Your Data

Your company’s most sensitive information is our company’s most important concern.

Any business must ensure the protection of confidential and sensitive data. Businesses are required to undertake appropriate measures to ensure that confidential and sensitive information is not revealed inappropriately.

The Privacy Act requires that any information containing personal details or information relating to any individual, is securely disposed, so that such information cannot be used or accessed without the individuals consent.
The Privacy Act further suggests that companies considering documents destruction of personal/confidential information should do so only by a secure means. Garbage disposal or the recycling of intact documents are not considered by the Privacy Act to be a secure method of document destruction.

Accordingly, the disposal of sensitive information in a secure, confidential and reliable manner is what makes so many companies turn to Document Destruction Services.