Document Destruction is the largest independently owned provider of ONSITE document shredding in the greater Cincinnati area. We are an excellent alternative to the large national shredding vendors by providing a cost effective solution for ONSITE document shredding while ensuring security and peace of mind.
Document Destruction provides scheduled ONSITE shredding programs, as well as one time bulk clean out shreds. Our staff is bonded, insured, drug tested annually and criminally background checked annually. All our staff dress, talk, and act professional. You will never be concerned about any of our staff being in your office or interacting with your employees or clients.
When it comes to protecting your company, your clients, and your associates' confidential information, Document Destruction treats it as if it were our own sensitive information. Our business is protecting your business through secure paper shredding. Document Destruction is AAA Certified by NAID (the National Association for Information Destruction)
We are committed to serving you with integrity and customer service that is second to none. Minimize your exposure to those who would wrongfully use your private information. Let us manage your document security needs.
Document Destruction provides scheduled, secure onsite shredding as well as single incident bulk shredding. We ensure that your information remains confidential. Our professional staff is bonded and insured to add to your peace of mind.
"Mike Callihan of Document Destruction accepts the US Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon small business award. This award honors our Nation's job creators and their significant contribution as drivers of economic growth."
Document Destruction of Cincinnati, Ohio was honored in May 2012 by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber as being one of "The Best 10 Under 10 Companies" in the region. It is a unique and prestigious award given to only a select few local companies who have fewer than ten employees.
Don't get us wrong, using your own paper shredder is better than nothing, but organizations that implement internal shredding programs are not being as frugal or as secure as they think they are.