NO MINIMUM CHARGE FOR CUSTOMER DELIVERY PAPER SHREDDING

As our $2.50 per box has expired you can still bring all of your documents and media to our location in Spring Valley, CA (east San Diego County) to be destroyed. We are now charging $3.00 per box and $5.00 per hard drive. You will be able to watch all your material be destroyed if you would like. There is no minimum, and you don't need an appointment, so feel free as little or … [Read more...]

Shredding Services San Diego: Important Time Tables For Records Destruction

By now most people are familiar with how long they're required to hold onto certain documents and materials before passing them along to a shredding services company such as Data Disposal, but for those who may have questions we've compiled information in order to be of assistance using public resources made available to us. (*Note- it is always best to consult your CPA, or … [Read more...]

Paper Shredding San Diego – DIY VS. DDI

Each and every one of us has thought the same thing at one point, or another- "How do I dispose of my documents/papers to prevent others from stealing the information?" We will discuss all different types of destroying your documents; destroying your documents by your self or having Data Disposal destroying your documents for you. … [Read more...]

Hard Drive Destruction Made Easy

If you haven’t had to dispose of an old computer, or device that utilizes a hard drive at least one time, or another in your life by now, than that means that most likely you've been living in a 3rd world country, or possibly that you've been confined to some sort of medical/scientific apparatus that prevents you from coming into contact with the outside world. If either of … [Read more...]

When We’re “On-Site” For Shredding Services, We’re On The Ball

By now most businesses understand the multiple benefits of On-Site paper shredding, or materials destruction services. With privacy laws such as HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) as well as FACTA (the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act), businesses today are responsible for protecting their customers information. In addition to personal … [Read more...]