Super Shredders

Initially, Super Shredders started with large console shredding units into which participants of the Center fed documents. In 2001, with the cooperation of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Super Shredders expanded and upgraded its facility. Today, we have high speed shredding equipment along with state-of-the-art surveillance equipment. Super Shredders has emerged as the area’s trusted source for secure document destruction. We maintain regular pickup routes throughout the area and continue to expand our service. Super Shredders is not limited to business use only. Just drive up to the dock with documents to destroy during Super Shredders business hours, and we will shred them at a very low cost.

  • Shredding of sensitive and confidential papers
  • Bonded and secure facility
  • 24-hour closed circuit TV monitoring
  • Locked office containers for accumulation of documents for pickup
  • Destruction verification letter provided
  • Able to handle thousands of pounds per day
  • Large office clean outs
  • Save on in-house labor and increase your security
  • Recycling of cardboard, magazines and newspapers at no charge

Outsourcing is More Secure and Saves Money

Imagine the time it would take an employee to shred a banker’s box of documents feeding a small office shredder five sheets at a time. In addition, this exposes your sensitive information, such as payroll documents, to entry level employees. Even considering minimum wage, it is more cost effective, not to mention provides peace of mind, to outsource your shredding.

Do-It-Your-Self Shredding Leaves No Records of Compliance

If you were audited or had a legal compliance issue brought against your company, could you show that you are compliant with the law? W e provide our customers with written document destruction verification to ensure your compliance with all laws.

Employees Do Not Use Office Shredders

Often, employees do not have time to wait for slow and inefficient shredders to complete their task or the shredder is jammed a nd broken. This leads to the “lazy toss” in the trash. One “lazy toss” can cost your company thousands of dollars. Do you have the five to ten minutes to spare to un-jam a paper shredder?

Proven Best Practices

Your security is our top priority! Rest assured your documents will be transported and destroyed safely, and in a time-conscious manner.

Shredding Performed by Trained and Secure Staff

Our staff is trained to destroy your documents in the most secure and efficient manner. Our professionals also have to pass several Federal, State and Local background checks.

Cost Effective

With Super Shredders, there are no up-front costs and hidden fees. We will provide and setup the locking collection bins at your location.

Support the Community

Profits from Super Shredders go to help the Barbara Olson Center of Hope. The Center of Hope works with individuals who have special learning needs to continue their education and vocational training. The money raised helps us to increase enrollment, enhance our programs, and provide training to staff. Super Shredders also offers employment opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.

DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION — OUR SERVICES

Bulk Service

Bulk Paper Shredding Service is a service that we provide customers on an “as needed” basis. Bulk Service is best when you need to destroy a large volume of sensitive information periodically such as outdated files or old tax records. This is a perfect opportunity for “End of the year” clean-outs, fiscal disposal and for old record removal, including medical and dental office records. Super Shredders recommends this service to be scheduled as an “appointment” to provide paper shredding services to you in a secure, convenient and compliant way. Whether it is just a few boxes or an entire warehouse full of confidential documents, we are happy to come and give you a free quote to best serve your needs. We pride ourselves on our customized service tailored to fit around our customers’ specific needs.

Certificate of Destruction

A Certificate of Destruction is the verification of our promise of service that is sent to you after the fulfillment of destruction has been completed.

Drop Off Service

If you have documents that need to be shredded, you can drive to the back of our facility at 3206 North Central Avenue. Ring the doorbell and our staff will unload your car into a roll cart, weigh it up and then shred it.

Scheduled Pick-Up Service

As a scheduled pick-up service customer, we provide your company or organization with secure and locked containers in your place of business. This provides protection of your day-to-day business information, Secure Chain-of-Custody, and the most cost-effective method of service.

Super Shredders Secure Document Destruction is the best solution for businesses and organizations that need ongoing and certified verification of destruction services of sensitive documents. This cost-effective shredding service incorporates proven standard operating procedures that ensure secure, efficient and reliable service.

Based on our customer’s needs, we place locked containers at strategic points in each of your locations. Your employees deposit sensitive information as part of their normal business activities and we pick up or empty the containers on regularly scheduled appointments reflecting your needs. W e then transport the materials to our facility and the document destruction process begins —safely , securely, reliably and in an environmentally friendly manner .

We handle all documents with a consistent Chain-of-Custody, resulting in a tightly controlled, documented process. Super Shredders Secure Document Destruction gives your business a number of key advantages and capabilities including, but not exclusive to, the complete destruction of business documents and records.

Reliable and consistent shredding service performed by screened, well trained and highly knowledgeable employees. Super Shredders is environmentally friendly and responsible with all of their paper documents.

HOURS

M-F 9:30a to 1:30p

CONTACT US

Phone 815-964-9275 ext. 221

Fax: 815-964-9607

E-mail: PHolmes@b-olsoncenterofhope.org

LAWS AND COMPLIANCE

Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)

FACTA, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 is a FEDERAL LAW. It is designed to reduce the risk of Consumer Fraud and Identity Theft, created by improper disposal of consumer information. FACTA will help educate and protect Businesses and Consumers. For example, consumers will have the right to one free credit report annually from the national repositories and national specialty credit reporting agencies. President Bush signed the FACTA Law on December 4, 2003. This legislation contains significant amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act on a broad scope of topics and issues.

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

The HIPAA, passed in 1996, was designed to protect patients’ confidential information. Patient information maintained by healthcare providers, healthcare institutions and health insurance companies is regulated by this Act.

Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

The Financial Modernization Act of 1999, or Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB) set guidelines for the handling of financial information held by financial institutions.This act likely affects your business if you handle customers’ financial information.

Privacy Act of 1974

This Privacy Act protects the privacy of records maintained by the federal government.

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

This law creates the framework for the proper management of hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.

**The Supreme Court has ruled that information in your business and residential garbage is “fair game” to anyone. The current law in the United States (federal as well as state law) is that: a person has no reasonable expectation of privacy for contents of garbage; and a person has relinquished any property interest in garbage, even when it sits in metal trash cans or opaque plastic bags at the person’s private residential home or private personal business or office, awaiting collection.