Servicing Since 2003:

Flagler, St. Johns & Volusia County 


Record Management & Document Destruction Facility

What to Shred:

Individuals need to shred their personal and confidential information so that they can protect themselves against identity theft and fraud.

It can take up to four years for victims of identity theft to clear up the resulting problems.

Businesses need to shred all discarded client, patient and employee information because the Federal Law requires it. Businesses have the responsibility to protect their customers’ personal information and violations could result in legal action.

“Think Green” – You will also be doing your part in preserving and protecting our environment, as WE RECYCLE ALL SHREDDED MATERIAL.

Documents that contain any of the following personal information should be shredded

Telephone numbers
Drivers License Numbers
Social Security Numbers
Passport Numbers
Credit Card Numbers
Bank Account Information

Insurance Information
Debit Card Numbers
Employment Information
Brokerage Account Information

Documents that should be shredded include:

Financial Statements
Medical Records
Legal Documents
Receipts & Invoices
Payroll Records
Bank Statements
Tax Records
Debit Card Numbers
Credit Card Statements
Loan Documents

Personnel Files
Proposals & Quotes
Cancelled/Voided Checks
Profit/Loss Statements
Business Plans
Inventory/Price Lists
Computer Reports
Executive Correspondences
Obsolete Contracts
Utility Bills