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Scheduled Collection

At Greenaway, we understand the importance of managing confidential waste efficiently and securely. That’s why we’ve partnered with Midcounties and introduced our tailored scheduled shredding service, designed to simplify and enhance your collection process.

By choosing our service, you not only save valuable time but also ensure that sensitive materials are handled with the utmost care and professionalism.

Key features include:

  • Simplified collection process ensuring professional handling of sensitive materials.
  • Flexible scheduling: daily pickups, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly collections.
  • Transparent planning with a year’s advance schedule for clients.
  • Reliable partnership for a hassle-free shredding experience.

“Ready to safeguard your confidential documents? Fill out our contact form now or call our Midcounties hotline to schedule your shredding service. Don’t wait, secure your peace of mind today!”

Midcounties Hotline 0800 292 2130

Midcounties Scheduled Shredding Enquiry Form

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How much can the sacks hold?

Our sacks are designed to hold 15kg of paper.

What can I put in the sacks?

Paper mainly. Staples, paper clips, bulldog clips and plastic sleeves are all ok.

What can’t I put in the sacks?

No food or fluids. No CDs or hard drives. Please request separate containers.

How long does it take before you collect once we’ve contacted you?

We aim to collect within 5 days. If you need a collection, please request it and we’ll accommodate.

Can you collect boxes as well?

Yes, if you already have confidential material in boxes we will collect those rather than you having to decant in to our sacks.

What happens to the paper once it’s been shredded?

After the paper has been securely shredded, the material is baled for transport and recycled into paper products.

Can envelopes with plastic windows be shredded?

Yes, paper mills will screen for small pieces of plastic during the manufacturing process and remove these before recycling the shredded paper into a new product.