Document Shredding in Costa Mesa, CA

Costa Mesa Document Shredding Services

Document shredding and hard drive destruction is the final step in the document management process. Proper disposal of your records protects you from identity theft and fraud and keeps your private information out of the wrong hands. Record Nations partners with many reliable document and hard drive shredding companies throughout Costa Mesa and its surrounding areas. They offer compliant services that are thorough and secure.

Document Shredding Solutions

Depending on the size and specifics of your shredding project, you can use mobile, off-site, or drop off shredding services. All offer secure shredding with industrial shredders and proper security measures.

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Mobile shredding:
Mobile shredding services come to your location and allows you to witness the shredding process. 

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Off-site shredding:
Off-site shredding services pick up your documents and deliver them to an off-site facility for destruction. 

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Drop-off locations:
If you have a small number of documents to shred, you can drop them off at one of our numerous drop-off locations. 

Record Nations can also assist you with:

  • Scheduling shredding services on an ongoing basis
  • Shredding your documents after scanning
  • Managing and disposing of inactive or past-retention documents
  • Cleaning and disposing of non-critical documents in preparation for scanning or off-site storage

Hard Drive Destruction Services

Improperly disposed of electronic devices pose a risk of a security breach. It is difficult to completely erase stored data by just wiping a drive. It is crucial for businesses to properly destroy their hard drives to ensure the safety of their private information.

Record Nations offers several ways to destroy electronic media:

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Hard Drive Shredding:
This method completely destroys your devices by breaking them down into component parts, shredding the pieces, and recycling the remains. It makes your data irretrievable because your device will no longer exist.

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Hard Drive Degaussing:
This method uses high-powered magnets to scramble the data stored within your hard drives. It makes it very difficult for your data to be recovered. 

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Hard Drive Crushing:
This method punches holes into your hard drives and crushes them. Your drives will be shattered into pieces and your data will be destroyed.

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What is the Cost of Document Shredding?

The cost of shredding varies, but most mobile and off site shredding providers charge $130-$150 for a project up to 120 lbs. This varies based on project size, material, location, and other factors. After the process is complete, a certificate of destruction is provided for your records.

Destruction With Record Nations

Step 1Assess

Assess the volume and type of materials that require destruction. Consider if your organization requires an ongoing destruction service, storage, and/or scanning. 

Step 2Contact

Contact Record Nations to get free, customized quotes for destruction and shredding providers in your area. Our experts can quickly answer any quesitons you may have about services.

Step 3Schedule

The provider(s) we match you with will contact you with service and scheduling options. You choose who will do the service and when.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of documents should be considered for destruction, and how do I identify them?

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Documents that contain sensitive or confidential information, such as financial records, medical files, legal documents, and employee records, should be considered for destruction. A document retention policy can help identify which documents need to be shredded.

What is the difference between on-site and off-site document destruction services?

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On-site destruction involves shredding documents at your location for added security, compliance, and peace of mind, while off-site destruction means documents are collected and securely destroyed at the shredding facility. Both services are accompanied with a certificate of destruction for your records.