2019 May Community Shred Day

2019 May Community Shred Day

Safely and Securely destroy documents at iShred’s 2019 May Community Shred Day

Privacy and information security are two things we at iShred are passionate about, which is why we conduct our regular Community Shred Days throughout the year. We also believe that it is critical to create a public dialogue about the importance of data security.

Our Community Shred Days at iShred – Secure Onsite Document Destruction – make a great opportunity to destroy those sensitive documents for as little as $10 per bag* at our upcoming 2019 May Community Shred Day.

Where? 5 / 7 Samantha Court, Knoxfield VIC

When? Saturday 11th May, 2019

Time? 9:00am to 12:00pm

So, just what kind of items can you destroy with iShred at our 2019 May Community Shred Day?

  • Bank Statements
  • Digital Hard Drives
  • USB sticks
  • Mobile Phones
  • Obsolete Brochures / Stationary / Files
  • Receipts and Invoices
  • Bulk Mail
  • Credit Card Offers
  • Tax Records
  • Cancelled or voided cheque books
  • Credit Card bills or Credit Reports
  • Financial Records
  • Documents with names, addresses, phone numbers and/or email addresses
  • Personnel Records
  • Uniform Destruction

iShred 2019 May Community Shred Day – Saturday 11th May

Want to know more about this event or other Community Shred Days throughout the year? Keep an eye out on our Upcoming Events page and also make sure to like us on Facebook.

*Prices indicated are for typical domestic shopping bags or small boxes, larger quantities are acceptable at additional charges.

For your secure document shredding needs, get in touch with the team at iShred Document Destruction today

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