Shredding Services

Whether it's your old bank statements, business trade secrets or company payroll information - Futures Shredding Services helps keep your sensitive information out of the wrong hands.


Two Shredding Options Available to You

By the Bag for $10:

 


Purchase a bag for $10 and fill it at your leisure. 

It's Easy:

  • Fill it with items you would like to have safely shredded.
  • Drop it off at Futures with peace of mind that your sensitive information will be shredded to pieces.
  • Purchase additional bags as needed at Futures, the chamber office and throughout the community.
  • Bag can hold up to 28 lbs of paper.

 

 


   

By the Bin for $40:

 

 

 

This service is provided exclusively to businesses in Wellington and Caldwell.

We provide businesses with a locked 64-gallon document security container. We deliver it. You fill it. We pick it up for shredding at our secure site for the low price of $40 per container. 

Affordable:

  • No hidden fees
  • No contracts - only do business with us for as long as you are satisfied with your service
  • No monthly membership fee or cart rental fee

Secure: 

  • Locked carts
  • Cart tracking system
  • Certificate of Destruction provided to customers for each cart
  • HIPAA compliant

Flexible:

  • One-time or on-going services
  • Flexible pick up and drop off options
  • Local, accessible and prompt service
  • Bin holds up to 220 lbs.
 

This service is a training program for individuals with disabilities. Our goal is to provide a valuable service to you while building job skills for the folks we serve.

   All shredded paper is recycled with the local recycling center.
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