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Re: Document Shredding Service For Small Loads
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How much are they asking? I've a personal shredder but do have a ton of documents that i'd like to dispose of. Maybe we can get a bunch of people to share in the expense


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Can anyone recommend a local document shredding service that handles small amounts (2-3 cubic feet)? I have to shred enough paper that I am willing to use a service rather than use an at home shredder. But the services I have found charge for a minimum of 10 cubic feet, and that would mean I would be storing lots and lots of paper for a long time. If it's nearby I would be willing to take the load myself for shredding.

I've used Hudson Community Enterprises, a local non-profit that employs people with disabilities. They are great and send a shredding truck to the premises but they have a 10 cubic feet minimum so it's just not economical.


I think Staples downtown does shredding - I saw a machine next to their print shop counter.

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JPhurst wrote:
Hello all:

Can anyone recommend a local document shredding service that handles small amounts (2-3 cubic feet)? I have to shred enough paper that I am willing to use a service rather than use an at home shredder. But the services I have found charge for a minimum of 10 cubic feet, and that would mean I would be storing lots and lots of paper for a long time. If it's nearby I would be willing to take the load myself for shredding.

I've used Hudson Community Enterprises, a local non-profit that employs people with disabilities. They are great and send a shredding truck to the premises but they have a 10 cubic feet minimum so it's just not economical.


I think Staples downtown does shredding - I saw a machine next to their print shop counter.

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Hello all:

Can anyone recommend a local document shredding service that handles small amounts (2-3 cubic feet)? I have to shred enough paper that I am willing to use a service rather than use an at home shredder. But the services I have found charge for a minimum of 10 cubic feet, and that would mean I would be storing lots and lots of paper for a long time. If it's nearby I would be willing to take the load myself for shredding.

I've used Hudson Community Enterprises, a local non-profit that employs people with disabilities. They are great and send a shredding truck to the premises but they have a 10 cubic feet minimum so it's just not economical.

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