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Maine’s largest, locally-owned certified shredding & destruction service. Records Management Center and Shredding On Site provide fast, cost-effective, and completely secure NAID AAA-Certified Document Destruction using our on-site or off-site shredding services, including annual purges, at document retention time expiration, or one of our many recurring container programs. It’s worth noting that RMC/SOS recycles all … Read More
Countless regulations are requiring the secure disposal of confidential information. As a NAID AAA-Certified document and hard drive destruction provider, Records Management Center and Shredding On-Site guarantee our paper shredding and media destruction services’ effectiveness and security. Whether it be customer files, customer names, account numbers, internal memos, personnel and payroll information, financial documents, technical reports, … Read More
Records Management Center and Shredding On-Site offer national certified Hard Drive and E-Media destruction options to safely and efficiently destroy sensitive and confidential electronic data. Protect your organization’s sensitive information. Keep confidential data secure by utilizing our secure, certified physical hard drive and e-media shredding and destruction solutions. We provide on-site & off-site destruction of … Read More
Sustainability & Recycling Facts It takes 12 trees to make one ton of paper. Committed to sustainability, Records Management Center / Shredding On-Site shreds and recycles nearly 15 tons of our clients’ paper products every day. Through shredding & recycling paper for our customers, in the past year, we’ve saved over… Our on-site and … Read More
As governments worldwide close non-essential businesses to stem the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), they are fully aware some services are essential to ensure the communities they serve remain protected. Based on a thorough review of the guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), New York State, California, as well as sources from the United Kingdom, Italy, and South Korea, it is clear that information management, IT asset disposal, and secure data destruction are included in “essential services.”