Security shredding

Secure waste must remain in safe hands

Data destruction regulations may be becoming increasingly stringent, but the secure destruction of documents, HDDs, SSDs, currency, sensitive products and more, has been one of UNTHA’s priorities for the last 40 years. From the secure destruction of sensitive files to NAID standards, through to the shredding of digital storage media in compliance with HIPAA and other government regulations, you're in safe hands with UNTHA.

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  • Why shred secure waste?

    Security destruction is one of the most fool-proof ways to ensure the safe, compliant handling of potentially sensitive documents, electronic media and other products.

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  • Why shred secure waste?

    Unused branded products could end up on the black market, personal data could be used to impersonate someone in a cybercrime hack, and emergency service uniforms could be used in a terrorist attack. The list of examples goes on and the potential consequences are often catastrophic.

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  • Why shred secure waste?

    The fines associated with a data breach are rising with every passing decade, but the reputational damage could be even more devastating to the organization concerned.

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  • Why shred secure waste?

    Processing secure waste in this manner increases the chance that the resulting materials can be reused or recycled without risk of non-compliance – this protects the environment as well as data security standards.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    Security destruction - or confidential waste shredding as it is also known – can take various forms. E-commerce retailers processing consumers’ returns information; beauty brands tasked with destroying faulty product lines; police departments needing to dispose of seized goods or interview tapes – all of these clients, and more, have turned to UNTHA for help.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    All of UNTHA’s machines are independently certified according to the corresponding standard, with our robust shredders recognised for NAID, NSA and HIPAA compliance.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    UNTHA’s independently-certified four shaft RS series is the industry’s leading solution for confidential waste shredding, used by both waste producers and specialist data security firms alike.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    Configurable screens allow the waste handler to achieve adjustable and accurate particle sizes according to the security shredding level required, for compliance peace of mind.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    The cutting chamber pre shreds and re-shreds confidential waste in a single pass, with mixing action for added security.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    Our slow speed technology carefully shreds classified materials without destroying the material fibres, which protects the output quality and increases its reuse or recycling potential.

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  • How can UNTHA help you shred secure waste?

    We know seeing is believing, so talk to us about the possibility of organising a reference visit.

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Which secure wastes can we destroy?

Our range of security destruction shredders

Smith & Ouzman

“With UNTHA’s four shaft security destruction shredder, we know that our sensitive documentation is in safe hands. Having increased our shredding capacity… the process is 80% more time efficient. We are also recycling more which aligns with our environmental commitment and provides a steady revenue stream from the sale of this recyclate.”

Phil Ouzman, managing director