Secure Document Destruction of St. Louis
636 N. Main St.
Today: 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM
American Express, Discover, Personal Checks, Cash, Mastercard, Visa
Secure Document Destruction is a St. Louis Shredding company. We are a locally owned and operated on-site shredding company with an office in Columbia, IL. We are dedicated to improving the level of security over our customers sensitive documents and materials while provide unparalleled service and value. SDDStL services counties in Missouri St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Washington County, Franklin County, Warren County, Lincoln County St. Francois County, and Perry County) and in Illinois (Monroe County, Madison County, St. Clair County, and Randolph County). For large purges, we service other parts of these states as well. We are a locally owned and operated St Louis shredding company.
SDDStL provides corporate shredding and professional shredding services. Because security is paramount, we only do onsite document destruction for businesses and individuals, including paper shredding, hard drive destruction, microfiche, magnetic media, computer disks, CD ROMs, tapes credit cards, coupons, data destruction, route service, and one-time or purge service.
Your business produces and handles sensitive materials and items that should be disposed of properly for security and privacy reasons. Some include:
• Account records and ledgers
• ATM receipts
• Bank statements
• Bids, estimates and quotations
• Business plans
• Cancelled or voided checks
• Client lists and files
• Credit card bills and reports
• Executive correspondence
• Expense reports
• Financial records
• ID cards and badges
• Items with names/addresses/phone numbers/email addresses
• Market research
• Maps and blueprints
• Marketing plans
• Minutes from meetings
• New product information
• Patient records
• Personnel records
• Payroll records
• Proposals and quotes
• Obsolete brochures/stationary/files
• R&D files and data
• Receipts and invoices
• Strategic planning reports
• Tax records
These are valuable items that can compromise your personal or company’s records. Having Secure Document Destruction come to your place of business for on-site shredding is the most secure way to avoid compromising your important records. After shredding these documents on site for you SDDStL will recycle the particles in a secure area.
Secure Document Destruction of St. Louis has achieved an AAA certification from the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), whose mission is to promote proper destruction of all forms of discarded media containing personal and proprietary information. All of our employees are vetted and screened for licensing, drug screens, and comprehensive third-party criminal background checks, and must sign a confidentiality agreement as a condition of employment.
Materials entrusted to us are kept secure and confidential by our employees prior to destruction. All our vehicles have applicable government inspections, registration and insurance All vehicles have lockable/securable cabs and lockable/securable enclosed boxes.
Paper is destroyed by equipment that shreds the paper to a particle size that is no wider than 5/8” shred width. Shredded paper MUST be recycled (may not be used for animal bedding, packing materials or insulation). This is because, the final step in eliminating information is accomplished during the “bleaching / de-inking” of paper fiber during the recycling process.
By using Secure Document Destruction of St Louis services, you can avoid any chance of identity theft. Many businesses throw their important documents into a commercial dumpster or trashcan, which have a potential risk of their documents being released into the wrong hands. Common ways for thieves to get their hands on secure documents are dumpster diving or using a special storage device when processing credit/debit cards which pretends to be financial institutions. This device sends spam messages that retrieves your personal information. These thief’s can divert any billing statements to a different location and lastly, “Old-Fashioned” stealing.
Having this knowledge on how you can protect yourself and your business could reduce your chance of identity theft. Also, informing your friends, family and your community of these potential risks can help alleviate the chance of identity theft for all.
Mon 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Tue 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Wed 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Thu 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Fri 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM