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How does it work?

Firstly, get in touch with us to discuss your requirements – whether it’s a one-off electronic waste disposal or regular on-site paper shredding/collections as well. This will help us tailor your plan and pricing.

For media destruction, our service is available nationwide. We’ll send you a secure box to put your media in, we will then collect and track your media as it comes into our warehouse where we will shred and then provide you with a certificate of destruction.

What types of electronic media can you destroy?

We can securely destroy electronic media such as hard drives, CD-ROMS, data tapes, USB drives, mobile phones and computer tablets. Doing so protects sensitive information, prevents data breaches, ensures compliance with privacy regulations, safeguards against identity theft, and promotes environmental sustainability through responsible disposal.

What information needs to be destroyed?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) mandates the careful handling – and ultimate disposal – of personal data to ensure robust data protection practices.

What’s more, all organisations are responsible under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2007, to ensure the secure and safe disposal of electronic equipment including PCs. To enable the secure disposal of electronically held data, it is not sufficient to simply delete the folder or file(s) from your PC or other device.

At Shredded Neat, we provide both mobile on- and off-site shredding of confidential paper waste, and offer a full data destruction service including the recycling of paper, cardboard and electronic waste.

How long should I keep records?

While specific retention periods vary, adherence to GDPR principles involves keeping personal data only as long as necessary for the original purpose – or when the data subject withdraws consent. Implementing clear policies and timelines for record retention is crucial, promoting responsible data management and compliance with GDPR requirements.