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  • Writer's pictureFrank Houston

I, Like you, want to keep my business private.

How many times have you had google tell you about that product you just magically searched for on another website, how do they know that I've been looking at that? Data collection is happening all the time. Whether it be online, or offline, companies are always looking to collect you data. Why? It's simple. To make money off your choices, actions and habits. So how can you make better choices? Take better actions, and build better habits? One way is to choose to reduce the potential risk of having your data being compromised by having a confidential document destruction bin service. When you recycle your documents, you slide them straight into the locked bin, which Frank will collect at a customized schedule that suits the volume and needs of your company. Document disposal has always been a challenge for those are are using those annoying shredding machines that break down and constantly get jammed and need the IT guy coming round every 5 minutes or the poor receptionist to take out the shredded paper all the time. Save your employees doing those mundane tasks and put their skills to better use and higher productivity. For a competitive price all your document disposal needs can be sorted in an instant with confidential document destruction and our highly recommended bin service. Before you look around at other larger companies, consider that we've been a small family business running for 25 years and we continue because of the high quality service we provide, and the relationships we build with our clients. Whenever there's a job that's required such as secure document destruction, archive box clear outs, even assisting storing pallets, we're able to assist, and have been assisting clients around perth and near our bibra lake warehouse for many years. So when it comes to paper recycling, paper shredding, and confidential document disposal, confidential document destruction has you covered.

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