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Confidentiality and the need to protect one's identity made document shredding a priority and a necessity for all businesses.

Services Shredding Truck

Kyle Jones
Sales Manager


Bob Wallace
General Manager


Tyler Flockhart
Territory Manager, Shredding


Secure Lockable Containers

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Storage Boxes

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"If you don’t protect it like trade information, the court won't either."


Wasteco helps companies minimize liability and build safeguards to identity theft by providing state-of-the-art shredding services that track and document every stage of the process. Our service includes:

  • Certificate of Destruction
  • Office cleanout and/or purges
  • On-site or off-site document destruction
  • Yearly bulk purges
  • On-site or off-site media destruction
  • Product destruction
  • Warehouse based services


Wasteco provides secured document shredding services, both on-site and off-site. With the addition of our state of the art shredding vehicles we can deliver fast and secure service right to your doorstep.

  • Collection by security checked reps
  • Locked storage containers
  • 24 hour security camera surveillance and regular foot patrols for plant based operation
  • Certificates of Destruction
  • Secure consoles complete with internal bag
  • What Should be Shredded

    Here are some examples of sensitive documents we shred for our clients.

    • Invoices
    • Research data
    • Brand data
    • Ingredients or process list
    • Purchase orders
    • Financial reports
    • Internal memos
    • Customer and prospect lists
    • Receipts
    • Bills of lading
    • ATM receipts and bank statements
    • Birth certificate copies           
    • Cancelled and voided cheques
    • Credit card bills, carbon copies, summaries, reports, histories and receipts
    • Driver’s licenses or items with a driver’s license number
    • Employee pay stubs and employment records
    • Legal documents and tax forms
    • Papers with a social insurance number
    • Utility bills (telephone, gas, electric, water, cable TV, internet)


    Why is shredding so important?

    To protect personal and customer information and identity from theft.

    Why use a service when I can shred myself?

    Using a third-party service provider shifts liability away from your company and leaves your employees free to work on more productive tasks.

    What do you do with the shredded paper?

    All shredded paper is sent to paper mills where it is recycled.

    Do you service low volume businesses?

    Yes. Our minimum service frequency is once per month.

    How do you determine how many consoles we need?

    Our rule of thumb is:
    One console per 20 employees
    One console per five employees who handle documents daily.

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