Business Services

Rogue Shred provides on-site document destruction as a way to securely dispose of confidential and sensitive materials. Along with keeping your business records, customer information and other sensitive materials safe and secure, Rogue Shred can also help you be in compliance for all applicable privacy regulations. We are a member of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) and are HIPAA compliant. We can also shred non-paper and non-electronic products — such as uniforms, promotional items, name badges and outdated materials. From initial consultation through scheduled pickups, we take care of it all, leaving you free to concentrate on the business at hand.

Business Document and Other Destruction Services at a Glance

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  • Full-service document, electronics and product destruction
  • Develop and implement customized document destruction policies
  • Help ensure full compliance
  • Multiple container sizes to choose from
  • On-site document destruction to meet your needs

Destruction Basics

Paper Waste

Keeping your confidential materials confidential has never been easier. Toss paper into your secure shred container and we’ll take care of the rest.

  • Budget Information
  • Competitor Information
  • Customer Information
  • Designs and Drawings
  • Financial Reports
  • Internal Memos
  • Payroll Information
  • Market Information
  • Market Research Plans and Results
  • Material Costs
  • New Product Development Ideas
  • Personnel Data
  • Product Specifications
  • Production Methods
  • Proprietary Information
  • Sales Forecast

Electronic Waste

Rogue Shred can also securely destroy electronic waste items. Please note that electronic waste items need to be kept separate from paper waste.

Material list:

  • CDs
  • Cell Phones
  • Hard Drives: Must be removed from the computer
  • VHS Tapes
  • X-Rays

Products and Other Materials

Rogue Shred can also securely destroy three-dimensional products and materials, providing you with a great option for removing outdated or erroneous items so they remain confidential. Please note that these materials must be kept separate from paper documents to be destroyed. For this service, you need to either schedule a pickup (they will be destroyed in our mobile truck) or bring them to our downtown office or Transfer Station for destruction.

  • Uniforms and Other Clothing Items
  • Name Badges
  • Giveaway and Promotional Items — Such as Coffee Cups, Travel Mugs, Key Chains and Phone Cases (especially with your logo or outdated contact information)
  • Outdated Materials
  • Obsolete or Faulty Products

Secure Shred Document Container Options

We offer five different types of locking, secured shred containers. This includes 95, 65 and 35 gallon roll carts, a 40” console cabinet, and a small 16 gallon secure box we call “The Shredinator.”

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On-Site Pickups

Depending on your needs and the volume of materials to shred, we can safely destroy your documents on-site weekly, monthly or on-call. We can also pick up your e-waste for destruction.

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Certificates and Compliance

In keeping with the best practices of the Business Association Agreement, Rogue Shred will provide you with a certificate of destruction in electronic format once your job is completed.

Rogue Shred is HIPAA compliant and a certified member of the National Association of Information Destruction.

It’s OK if your materials to shred include:

  • Paper clips or binder clips
  • Staples
  • Metal file fasteners
  • Rubber bands
  • Spiral notebooks
  • Echo fasteners

Not accepted materials include:

  • No 3-Ring Binders
  • No Plastic Bags
  • No Styrofoam
  • No Trash

Business Services FAQs

Can papers in my shred bin include staples?

Can papers in my shred bin include staples?

Yes, we can shred staples, as well as paper clips, echo fasteners, binder clips and spiral notebooks. But not 3-ring binders.

What does it take to be in compliance with the current privacy laws for document destruction?

What does it take to be in compliance with the current privacy laws for document destruction?

It’s important that all companies have a written policy and procedure in place for document destruction, as well as training. Rogue Shred can help with all of that.

Is Rogue Shred HIPAA certified?

Is Rogue Shred HIPAA certified?

There is no actual certification for HIPAA, but we are HIPAA compliant because we are AAA NAID certified.

Why is it important to choose a document destruction company that’s AAA NAID certified?

Why is it important to choose a document destruction company that’s AAA NAID certified?

Virtually every privacy regulation recommends using a document destruction company that is certified through a national association — and NAID is one of the only national associations that certifies document destruction companies. Rogue Shred is NAID certified.

Why should I use a document destruction company?

Why should I use a document destruction company?

You need an expert to keep you in compliance with privacy regulations and provide you with a certificate of destruction. Rogue Shred is that expert.

Customized Document Destruction Policy

The experts at Rogue Shred can assess your needs and create a customized document destruction policy along with procedures specific to your business — including staff training.

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