Phoenix, AZ - June 03, 2015 - (PR.com) - ProShred Arizona recently received its 2015, updated ISO 9001 re-certification on a national and local level. The secure shredding company is the only ISO 9001 certified on-site document shredding service in the Phoenix area.
“This means we ensure your document security to the highest standards,” explains Patty Caradonna, director of marketing for ProShred Arizona. “We are also classified as an AAA certified secure shredding company by the National Association of Information Destruction (NAID).
“Companies with sensitive data and information want to feel confident that it’s properly destroyed,” Caradonna says. “Our shredding service is regularly audited to ensure we are protecting your private information. We are regularly chosen to conduct community shred-a-thons because of our high level of commitment to protecting your identity.”
Business customers that need secure shredding services can opt for regularly scheduled services (daily, weekly or monthly). They receive containers to put material for shredding, and ProShred comes on-site at the scheduled date. Businesses or individuals can also contract for one-time clean-out shredding services done by ProShred at the business’ or individual’s location.
For customers who have a smaller amounts of paper, ProShred offers its drop off service where people can bring their items for shredding to ProShred during business hours for professional shredding at an affordable price.
A certificate guaranteeing that the shredding is done is provided to all customers, and then shredded items are recycled.
ProShred has been operating for more than 25 years and pioneered on-site shredding services. The local franchise was started in 2012.
ProShred Arizona is located in Tempe and provides services to businesses and individuals in the counties of Maricopa, Yavapai, Gila and Pinal. For more information, visit www.phxshredding.com or call 480-427-2733.
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