Confidential waste high on UNTHA UK’s agenda
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is preparing for the return of one of its most successful events, the Information Destruction Exhibition & Conference.
Visitors to the 5 June event will all have one goal in mind – to learn more about the secure destruction of confidential material. So it goes without saying that, as experts in the provision of confidential waste shredding solutions, the UNTHA UK team will be on hand to help delegates in any way they can.
UNTHA UK sales executive Dan Fairest has over 10 years experience in confidential waste destruction, having worked for leading contractors such as PHS Datashred and Shred-It. He explains: “Organisations that hold personal information about individuals have a legal responsibility to safeguard their data, not only whilst it is in their possession but when it comes to disposal too. Our robust, reliable and precise shredders therefore provide a secure way for recycling and data destruction companies to comprehensively manage confidential waste.”
UNTHA’s RS shredder series, with powerful four shaft technology, is rapidly becoming renowned as the UK’s most effective way to shred confidential waste including secure documentation, files, folders, USB drives, CDs and DVDs, stamps, bank notes, counterfeit goods, ID badges, branded products and even uniforms. Testimonials from SITA UK and BPR highlight just how important UNTHA’s shredding technology is within this complex arena.
The UNTHA UK team will also proudly launch its new finance division at the show. Having devised a range of flexible asset-based lending packages, UNTHA Finance is designed to make industry-leading waste machinery available to all organisations regardless of the strength of their balance sheet, credit history or how long they’ve been trading.
If you would like to speak to UNTHA UK about the event please call 0845 450 5388, or email email@example.com for more information about the company’s newly-launched lending provision.
Further information about the event, which is being held at the National Motorcycle Museum in the West Midlands, can be found on the BSIA website.