What is the cost for KMX Mobile Security
For a one-time purge service, the two main factors that will determine
your cost are the amount of paper you need shredded and how quickly
you need service. If you are interested in scheduled service the two
factors that determine the cost are the number of collection bins
at your facility, and the service interval (monthly, weekly, etc.).
What is on-site shredding?
On-site shredding is a premium service, giving you the highest level
of security for your document shredding program. With this method,
KMX Mobile Security Shredding sends a specialized mobile paper shredding
truck to your location to perform the shredding. You can visually
verify the entire process and have the peace of mind knowing that
all of your paper is totally destroyed when we pull away from your
What type of shredding process
is used by KMX Mobile Security Shredding?
KMX Shredding uses a Pierce-and-Tear shredding system. This system
tears the paper at the fiber instead of cutting it, which results
in a random and more secure shred size than standard strip-cut shredders.
Should I remove
staples, paperclips, or binder clips?
No, you do not have to remove staples, paperclips, or binder clips
from your paper before shredding. We can also shred the metal tabs
on file folders.
What should I be shredding?
We encourage you to shred all paper leaving your facility. It is the
only way to protect your organization from identity theft and corporate
espionage. It improves your ability to comply with the numerous laws
and regulations covering information security as well. The following
list includes several types of information that should be shredded:
- Banking information
- Social Security numbers
- Credit card receipts
- Customer names & addresses
- Obsolete contracts
- Internal correspondence
- Proprietary information
- Loan information
- Payroll information
- Visitor logs
- Supplier information
- Medical records
- Insurance information
- Employee data
- Sales information
- Tax records
- Investment records
What does KMX Mobile Security
Shredding do with the shredded paper?
KMX Mobile Security Shredding recycles all the paper we shred. We
transport the shredded paper to a recycling facility where it is baled
and then pulped to make new paper products.
How often should I require your
As often as you need. Some offices only require once-a-year service.
Others need service weekly. KMX Mobile Security Shredding will custom
fit a plan to fit your needs.
Are your employees screened?
KMX Mobile Security Shredding is a NAID AAA member and conducts rigorous
background checks on all of our employees. You can rest assured knowing
that only the most qualified people have access to your company's
most critical documents.
Is residential service provided?
Yes, KMX Mobile Security Shredding does provide residential service.
Please check with your homeowners association before scheduling service
to make sure you will not violate any applicable covenants.
Is one-time service provided?
Yes, we understand that some organizations will only shred one time
a year due to records retention requirements. KMX Mobile Security
Shredding offers one-time purge services to meet your needs.
What service plans are available?
No two organizations are alike. That's why KMX Mobile Security Shredding
will customize a scheduled service plan specifically for you. We have
clients with service schedules ranging from daily to yearly. In addition,
we can alter your service schedule if your needs ever change.
can I benefit from your service
if I only have a few boxes?
We will gladly provide service for you even if you only have a few
boxes. No job is too small for KMX Mobile Security Shredding.
Can you service mutiple locations?
KMX Mobile Security Shredding provides shredding services in Virginia.
Contact us for service in Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, and Richmond
and their surrounding communities.
Do you have emergency service?
We can schedule an extra service any time you generate more paper
than expected. We can also drop off additional storage containers
or change the frequency of your service schedule if that would be