Interest in confidential waste shredders on the up
When it comes to the UK’s machines of choice for the secure destruction of confidential waste and products, there is no question that UNTHA shredders are the top of everyone’s hit list. But the team has been inundated with even more confidential waste enquiries, since news of UNTHA’s shredder installation at BPR Group’s Greater London site hit the headlines.
In Spring 2013, leading recycling and waste management magazines reported how BPR had increased the scope and security of its confidential paper destruction service, with the help of UNTHA’s RS100 shredder. BPR director Alison Roe highlighted the revenues that the company had been able to generate as a result of the new process. She also explained the peace of mind that clients had expressed, once they knew their confidential paper waste was in safe hands.
The buzz continued when UNTHA UK’s specialist confidential waste shredding team headed to the BSIA’s Information Destruction Exhibition and Conference in June. The RS shredder series was a hot topic amongst visitors looking for an effective way to destroy secure documentation, files, folders, USB drives, CDs and DVDs, stamps, bank notes, ID badges, counterfeit goods and branded products.
UNTHA’s shredding technology proves so popular in this complex area of waste management and product destruction thanks to the robust and reliable nature of the machines. The thorough shredding design ensures even the highest security standards are upheld, and a homogenous particle size is achieved, perfect for the recycling processes that may follow.
The shredders are flexible too. Different cutters and screens can be fitted according to the application, client requirements and desired fraction size, which is important when so many materials must now be securely destroyed.
Okay Engineering, the waste recovery and recycling specialists who worked with BPR on the design of the confidential waste processing facility, are hoping to launch a video of the plant later in the year. Watch this space….