Our confidential waste disposal range allows you store paper documents inside on of our office shredding cabinets, or under-desk cabinets, where they are safe and secure until they are shredded. To store documents inside during this period, we offer a number of options. Our PP console bag is strong, reusable, and maximises space, allowing you to dispose of paper waste regularly. Our paper shredding sacks provide a more environmentally friendly option, due to their ability to be shredded and recycled alongside their contents, which also removed the need for separation at their end of life. Our woven PP shredding bag with cable ties allows paper waste to be removed and stored for extended periods, which is perfect for business whom recycling their paper waste or shredding periodically, such as once a month, and need to store their waste in the meantime. We also sell shredding sacks with max fill lines, to ensure users do not overfill sacks and cause disruptions to the recycling process.
Shredding and confidential waste. Offering a range of bags to fit specific security requirements. Like our cost effective woven shredding sacks where shredding can be placed directly into bag and disposed or our fully secure paper sacks which hold full documents and then the bag is secured and shredded alongside the document
We can supply large quantity orders of our confidential waste range, however small quantities are available and perfect for small businesses. We offer excellent prices on both small and large quantities. The more you buy the more you save! We can print all our shredding sacks with a design of your choice including logos, max fill lines and instructions for use. Please get in touch with our friendly sales team on 0151 934 1250 for more information.
How to bag shredded paper for recycling?
Most councils accept shredded paper for recycling, but it has to be free of contaminants such as glossed paper, staples or transparent windows. It must also be securely bagged and easily identified. Purpose-designed recycling sacks incorporate a sealing strip. The entire sack is then recycled without re-opening it, providing additional protection for your confidential paperwork."
Can bags of shredded paper be recycled?
Generally speaking, local councils are not able to recycle shredded paper waste. This is due to the pieces of shredded paper being too small for the machines which sort and process recycling materials. Suggested uses for shredded documents include kindling for fires or animal bedding.
Where can I get rid of bags of shredded paper?
Some local authorities will take bags of shredded waste paper away for recycling. It is best to check with your council. It is also possible to purchase bags for confidential shredding that are sent away to be processed, ensuring the safe and confidential disposal of sensitive materials.