Early attempts at recycling—such as using chewing gum to patch leaky coffee pots and converting banana peels into prom corsages—failed abysmally. Recycle your documents more successfully with today’s Groupon: for $75, you get shredding of up to 75 boxes of paper from American Shredding (a $250 value). This deal is valid only within LA County, Orange County, and San Fernando Valley, please contact American Shredding if outside this area.
American Shredding, Guinness Book of World Records holder for most documents shredded within a 24-hour period and certified AAA by the National Association for Information Destruction, destroys documents so that companies can protect sensitive data and comply with the law. Thanks to rigorous security measures, the material mutilators have never lost, compromised, or sky-written a single piece of information since starting their shredding operation in 1982. A secure transport truck arrives at the appointed address, ready to haul the doomed documents back to the facility, where they will be destroyed within 24 hours. For an additional $40 fee, a mobile shredding truck arrives hungry and ready to mince documents immediately on-site. With either choice, shred seekers receive a certificate of destruction stating that all unfinished romance novels will never see the light of day again. American Shredding maintains strict sustainability standards and commits itself to recycling every piece of paper it shreds, no matter its size, thereby saving trees and lessening its landfill footprint.
If it has information on it, American Shredding's licensed, insured, and bonded staff probably can destroy it. The paper pros began shredding for IBM in 1982, and to this date still boast a record of never compromising or losing a piece of information. In addition to mobile and offsite paper shredding, they can pulverize other materials such as plastic, data tapes, and retail products. They also can destroy hard drives with a process that complies with Department of Defense and NSA regulations, instead of just dumping them into a perfectly good pot of beef stew. With a commitment to the environment, American Shredding recycles every piece of paper, metal, and plastic that it destroys.