Document Shredding

Security and confidentiality

Shredding is the safest way to responsibly destroy sensitive documents and data.

Do you know that no matter what the size or sector of your business, you have a legal responsibility to destroy all sensitive and confidential documents when they are no longer required and failure to do so could have serious ramifications?

As long as sensitive and confidential documents exist, there’s a risk of them being accessed and misused. Our document shredding services guarantee permanent destruction – the only sure way to gain peace of mind.

Take a look around your office now. How many unwanted client documents are taking up precious space? What information are you storing about your business that’s no longer needed?

With ID fraud well and truly on the rise, it is no longer an option for any business handling sensitive or confidential data to bury their head in the sand and hope that neither they nor their clients become victims.


Clark’s Archive Services offer a document and data destruction shredding service that guarantees that all your businesses sensitive and confidential material is destroyed in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act, to ensure they cannot be read again. The shredded paper pulp is then securely recycled in the most environmentally friendly manner.

We supply and deliver FREE Secure wheelie bins and you don’t need to sign any contracts with us.

Clark’s Archive Services provide a secure collection and shredding service. Professional waste stations offer convenient secure disposal sites within your office environment. Your sensitive documents are unlocked and disposed of at our storage stations to meet your specific requirements either by pulping, shredding or incinerating.

Whatever your requirement (weekly collections, or a single office clear out), you can rest assured that we will take care of your document shredding and recycling needs.

Our confidential document shredding services are flexible, responsible and cost-effective and carefully-policed throughout and, to ensure a full audit trail, we provide you with a Certificate of Destruction when your items have been destroyed.

Our shredding equipment can destroy paper, cardboard, cd-roms and other media, and is security rated DIN 3: “security for confidential documents including personnel details, company reports and records etc”.

9,500 individual cross-shredded pieces are produced from one sheet of A4 paper.

Whether you want one sack collected or a scheduled collection, you will be offered the same transparent audit trail from quotation to collection to Certificate of Destruction. We treat all customers big and small with the same high standards.

Why Choose Us?

  • Secure Shredding documents destroyed to high security level
  • Certificate of destruction provided for all shredded documentation
  • Environmentally friendly – shredded paper is recycled, in compliance with environmental legislation
  • Security cleared staff

Media Destruction

Data tapes, DVD’s and other media pose potential threats in terms of information leakage if not securely destroyed. The digital media and information contained on them accumulates and becomes what many businesses try to avoid: a security risk that no one realises exists.

With Clark’s Archive Services you can be 100% sure your digital media has been permanently destroyed and can never be recovered.

Call our helpful team today to discuss your document disposal requirements – by outsourcing your document shredding services to Clark’s you can have peace of mind that your information will be destroyed in a controlled and compliant manner.

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