Copyright © 2016 by E-Waste Experts, Inc.  ·  All Rights reserved  ·  E-Mail:

416 Green Lane Bristol, PA 19007 877-DATA-ZAP

Data Destruction

Now Offering as of September 15th, 2014


Paper shredding services to government and industry as an all in one mobile destruction service were we can destroy HDDs, Tapes, CD/DVDs, and now paper. Our process is just one example of the many solutions offered by E-Waste Experts, Inc. to protect our customers. In fact, our Paper shredders are listed on the Evaluated products list for High Security Crosscut Paper Shredders

The Importance of Shredding


Document shredding has two very important functions, to destroy confidential information, and to prevent identity left. Identify theft has become a multibillion dollar industry, and it used to fund organized crime. Many think that identity theft is primarily an online concern, however one or two pieces of personal information from your trash is all that is required to steal your identity.

Both customers and employees have the legal right to have their personal information protected so it is the company’s responsibility to ensure that all of this information is disposed of securely. Although shredding services can be expensive, the costs that are associated with leaked information can be far greater than the expense of shredding.

In addition to protecting sensitive information Shredding paper helps reduce the volume of paper waste, and it can also be used as compost after shredding making it environmentally friendly.

What you should be shredding:


•Anything that has a signature

•Account numbers

•Social security numbers

•Medical or  legal information

•Address labels from junk mail and magazines

•ATM receipts, Bank statements

•Birth certificate copies

•Canceled and voided checks

•Credit and charge card bills, carbon copies, summaries and receipts

•Documents containing maiden name

•Documents containing name, address, phone or e-mail address

•Documents containing passwords or PIN number

•Driver's licenses or items with a driver's license number

•Employment records

•Employee pay stubs

•Expired passports and visas

•identification cards

•Legal documents

•Investment, stock and property transactions

•Items with a signature

•Medical and dental records

•Papers with a Social Security number

•Pre-approved credit card applications

•Receipts with checking account numbers

•Resumes or curriculum vitae

•Tax forms


•Travel itineraries

•Used airline tickets

•Utility bills (telephone, gas, electric, water, cable TV, Internet)