Hammonton, NJ (PRWEB UK) 19 June 2013
Old files piled around the office can be even worse. However, keeping old records around can pose more of a threat than just looming anxiety. Identity theft is the number one crime in America and is growing at an alarming rate. Securely disposing of old files can be difficult, but it is becoming a crucial practice for all families and businesses. DocuVault Delaware Valley is happy to announce that the Hammonton Education Foundation will be hosting an open shred event on Saturday, September 14th, 2013 from 9:00am to 12:00pm. Come out to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Society Grounds at 8 papers to be shredded in the safest way possible.
An experienced operator from DocuVault Delaware Valley will shred all confidential records using a highly secure, mobile shredding unit. Confidential material will be destroyed before participants in plain sight. DocuVault is a full service records management company offering secure document storage, media vaulting, document scanning and document shredding to the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware Valley. The company has also been awarded AAA Shredding Certification by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). The Hammonton Education Foundation will have DocuVault shred up to three 33-gallon trash bags for a donation of $20.00 and the donation amount required from businesses will be based on poundage of paper for destruction. All proceeds will benefit children of the Hammonton School District.
Start cleaning today and come support a good cause at the Hammonton Education Foundation’s Open Shred Event. Please keep in mind the shred trucks cannot accept plastic bags or metal clips with any shredding. Paper clips and staples are the only exception. More information can be found on the foundation’s website.