Explore Datashredders’ secure shredding services for an affordable and convenient solution to confidential waste disposal in Bedford. We offer both on-site and off-site shredding solutions for private and commercial customers.
Ensure that your sensitive information is disposed of responsibly, in accordance with the latest UK Data Protection Law.
As a recycling and waste management company, Datashredders guarantees a sustainable service that recycles all scrap or reuses it for other purposes, such as providing electricity for the National Grid.
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Datashredders provides a unique on-site shredding service that brings shredding straight to your doorstep. We have high-power mobile machines that we can drive to your home, allowing you to watch as we destroy your documents on-site. This is one of the most time efficient and secure shredding solutions available.
Datashredders’ off-site shredding involves the collection of your confidential waste from your Bedfordshire address and its transportation to our secure shredding facility in Cambridgeshire. We take every security precaution to ensure that your sensitive information is safeguarded, including the use of tracked vehicles, 24-hour CCTV and same-day destruction.
Destroying digital and electronic media can be just as important as destroying paper documents when it comes to protecting your confidential data from fraudsters. People with the right skills are still able to retrieve information from hard drives that have been wiped. We use Linder Micromat shredders to irretrievably reduce anything from hard drives, SD cards, mobile phones and cassettes, to computer discs, credit cards and other office equipment.
Datashredders provides regular commercial services on a weekly, monthly, or bi-monthly basis. We tailor our confidential waste disposal services to your needs and can fit around your business hours as necessary. Responsible data destruction is a big concern for businesses, which have a legal obligation to protect both the physical and digital data of their clients and employees.
Our domestic services are tailored to private individuals who are looking to dispose of confidential data, such as old bank statements, medical records, laptops, CDs and branded clothing. Anything you have, in any quantity, large or small, can be reduced to shreds by our capable hydraulic shredders.
Our one-off clearance service is in place to make your life easier. If your circumstances do not necessitate a regular shredding service, this may be the solution for you. We will send a vetted team to your Bedford address to clear out any accumulated muddle that you may not have the time or the inclination to clean out yourself. Everything will be removed and sorted for shredding, recycling and appropriate disposal.
The Datashredders hybrid service ensures businesses still comply with GDPR regulations despite their hybrid workers taking sensitive documents home with them. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have started working from both home and the office. To dispose of important business papers that have found their way off company premises, Datashredders provides a regular disposal service that can collect from the private addresses of employees as well as your business offices.
From the vicinity of Bedford Railway Station and Bedford Bus Station, take the A4280 eastwards, past the University of Bedfordshire and parallel to the River Great Ouse, until it joins the A421. Follow the A421 northwards until it joins the A1. At Brampton Hut Interchange, take the fourth exit onto A141. Follow signs for the A141 until you reach Wimblington.
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The second largest settlement in Bedfordshire, the market town of Bedford is also the county’s historic county town. It has a large population of Italian descent.
The name Bedford derives from the Saxon chief, Beda, crossed with the town’s location at a ford crossing of the River Great Ouse.
The instigator of Offa’s Dyke, King Offa of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Mercia, is thought to be buried in Bedford.
Bedford Castle was built by King Henry I in the 1100s, but was destroyed less than a century later in 1224, leaving only a mound visible today.
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“Many thanks to the boys who cleared the backlog of ‘stuff’ no longer needed from our office. They were efficient and helpful and we would recommend them to our contacts.”
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