We get from Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, parts of downtown Washington DC, and Georgetown. We also pick-up from parts of: Prince William County, Centreville, Dumfries, and Triangle. Night and Saturday pick-up times offered. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard). Yes, we will come to your home or small organization.
All shredding is done by appointment. If you have paper and e-media items or disk drives for shredding, you require to separate them into different containers as we use various shredders for paper, plastic and metal. Taking the papers out of 3 ring binders and eliminating all metal binder clips and steel hanging file folders and other big metals accelerate the shredding process.
Start accumulating paper at your house or office into containers such as cardboard file paper storage boxes. It is very important that the containers that include the paper to be shredded can be gotten by our personnel or packed onto a cart, and placed into the truck for carrying to our facility.
You can call on the phone 703-347-4638 to arrange a pick-up day and time, or click on the website link: "Ask for a Pick-Up" to schedule a time when we will concern your place and get whatever containers you have. chedule a pick-up of electronic media items or memory-enabled gadgets which contain individual or business information.
: If you have total computer systems, towers, laptop computer or servers we can select them up (bankers box). For pickup at your place and shred at our place, typically for a standard size letter file box, 10" x12" x15" it runs $12 a box for amounts of 5 or more boxes, plus a pickup fee based on your area.
Volume discounts apply after 10 boxes, larger boxes are additional.: The more hard disk drives we shred for you at one time, the less it is per hard disk drive. Disk drives out of the computer system and cage: One tough drive for shredding is $19. 00, 2 are $18. 00 each, 3 are $15.
00 each, 5 are $12. 00 each, 10+ are $10 (banker boxes). 00 each, call for volume estimate. If you bring the whole computer system we can eliminate the drive for you, there is a labor elimination cost plus a recycling cost for the computer system due to the hazardous products in them.
Normal elimination charge's run in between $5. 00 and $25. 00, depending on the type of computer system. Pickup fee's are extra depending on your place. The following are basic standards for figuring how much paper you have: A ream of paper (2 inch stack of 8-1/2" x 11" paper about 500 pieces) weighs about 5 pounds; Standard letter-size file storage box, determines 10" x 12" x 15", weighs approximately 25 30 pounds; Requirement Xerox letter size box which determines 10" x 12" x 18", weighs around 30 35 pounds; Long letter size file storage box, measures 10' x 12' x 24", weighs roughly 45 - 50 pounds; Legal-size file storage box, determines 10" x 14" x 24", weighs roughly 55 70 lbs; 13 gallon white garbage bag averages about 20 25 lbs; 33 gallon black trash can averages about 35- 50 pounds.
We shred all kinds of paper. If you can tear it, it can be shredded. This consists of checkbooks, checkbook registers, tax returns anything which contains personal and or exclusive details. In addition, we can shred other types of paper that are not so quickly torn. This consists of posters, and heavy stock paper that includes individual or proprietary details.
NO, paper that does not contain individual or delicate info or is not proprietary does not need to be shredded. The shredded paper from ShredStation Express is recycled and remanufactured into new paper products. Absolutely nothing goes to the land fill. Shredded metal from computer hard disk drives is recycled as e-scrap metals.
There are many conditions that impact just how much weight a corrugated box will hold and support. The most important is the humidity level of the storage space. In many workplace environments you can expect nearly full capability. In a damp environment you can anticipate a 75% drop in capacity. We do not recommend stacking any box over 6 systems for safety.
Anybody who has ever owned books knows the disappointment of a bent cover, a ripped page, or a smushed book jacket. Opportunities are you have actually likewise understood the pain of attempting to avoid all that damage while moving your books from one home to the next. All those bents pages, heavy journeys to and from the truck, and the chaos of keeping whatever safeguarded- there's got to be a much better way.
It's utilizing our step-by-step guide on the very best way to pack books for moving. First thing's first: do you truly require all these books? It can be appealing to keep every book in your collection, but curating a great library means knowing when to let some stories go. Go through your books and choose which ones you'll take with you and which ones you'll leave behind.
When you've gone through and chose which books will be discovering a new home, you have several alternatives. You could have a garage sale (season and weather allowing). Garage sale are a terrific way to make a little extra pre-move cash, and get rid of a lot of the things you aren't taking to your brand-new house.
Let them go through the pile of books you aren't taking and see if they desire any for their own collections. The fantastic feature of this is that the books are 'still in the family', and your friends will ideally be great adequate to let you borrow a book back every now and then.