Riverside County Shredding

Riverside CountyYou can see our Sergeant Shredder trucks travel from Riverside into the desert communities delivering quality Riverside County shredding services. Not only do we serve Riverside County, our mobile shredding trucks serve Southern California in its entirety.

We make it easy because we come to you. That means you don’t waste time in traffic to get your important papers, electronic media and other sensitive materials shredded. Live or work near the San Jacinto mountains or off Interstate 10? No problem. Sergeant Shredder makes the trek every week like clockwork. With Sergeant Shredder you enjoy:

  • No surcharges or billing surprises. Just simple and upfront pricing.
  • Peace of mind that our shredding techs are either ex-military, ex-law enforcement or ex-firefighters. Not only are they service oriented, they pass a rigorous background check. That means your materials are safe at all times.
  • Free secure document bins when you sign up for regularly scheduled shredding visits.
  • Hassle-free one-time purge services which means no heavy lifting.
  • Going green since our trucks are eco-friendly and all your materials are recycled.

Serving The Entire County

Windmills After SunsetRiverside County is home to more than two million people. It offers a diverse economy — including wine growing, transportation hubs and recreational destinations — that supports Southern California. Riverside County is also known for its affordable housing and business-friendly practices. Sergeant Shredder is a part of that ecosystem. We serve several well-known area businesses including Farmer Boys’ Corporate Headquarters. We also support the community with fundraising shredding events for local non-profits and associations like the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Riverside County Shredding to Prevent ID Theft

Due to the rising incidents of identity theft in the U.S. and Southern California, we work closely with the County’s Sheriff Department. Did you know they have a prevention website that provides tips and local enforcement information?

As part of your personal or business-related efforts, be vigilant about your personally identifiable information and sensitive data related to your business. Remember, you’re not alone. Sergeant Shredder’s shredding technicians have security backgrounds — ex-law enforcement, ex-military or ex-firefighting — they are uniquely qualified to keep your materials safe throughout the shredding process.

Shredding & Recycling All Types of Materials

Mission Inn RiversideOur Riverside County shredding service is full-service. We shred all types of materials that contain confidential information. Here’s a few typical items we shred:

  • Documents with account and social security numbers
  • Paperwork related to financial transactions
  • Computer & copier hard drives
  • Prototypes, pill bottles, and product samples
  • X-rays, microfiche

As a NAID (National Association of Information Destruction), we understand shredding compliance. If your business needs to comply with privacy laws like HIPAA, FACTA, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, we know how to handle it. Plus, you can receive a Certificate of Destruction for your compliance records.

When you choose Sergeant Shredder you also enjoy knowing that all your materials are recycled. We don’t add to Southern California’s overcrowded landfills.  That’s Riverside County shredding at its best.

Want to Drop Off a Box?

Sometimes you only have a box of shredding. We’ve arranged drop-off locations with several businesses in Riverside County. Check out our growing list of locations near you.

Proudly Serving These Cities

You’ll see our mobile shredding trucks travel to these Riverside County cities:

  • Banning
  • Beaumont
  • Calimesa
  • Canyon Lake
  • Cathedral City
  • Coachella
  • Corona
  • Desert Hot Springs
  • Hemet
  • Indian Wells
  • Indio
  • La Quinta
  • Lake Elsinore
  • Moreno Valley
  • Murrieta
  • Norco
  • Palm Desert
  • Palm Springs
  • Perris
  • Rancho Mirage
  • Riverside
  • San Jacinto
  • Temecula

Photo Credit: Raymond ShobeKevin Dooley