New Paper and Hard Drive Drop Off Shredding Service to be opened

19th September 2019
front of shredding building

M1 Document Solutions Ltd is delighted to announce the opening of our New Paper and Hard Drive Drop Off Shredding Service, by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Minister Heather Humphreys TD.

Speaking prior to the official opening of the facility, managing Director of M1 Document Solutions John Nealon outlined that “we are thrilled that Minister Humphreys is taking time out of her busy schedule to open our new office and Drop Off Shredding service. Being GDPR compliant is of critical importance to business and private individuals. Our new “Drop Off” shredding service is a super new addition to our mobile paper shredding operations. This Paper and Hard Drive Drop Off Shredding Service will be ideal for local small businesses and residential clients.”

The service ensures that your confidential documents are securely shredded. Client can bring their documents to M1 Document solutions secure facility for destruction. Backed by industry leading standards and government permits clients can be assured that their documents will be shredded by a shredding industry leader. Strict adherence to procedures and policies provide a secure process for destruction. These procedures include: Material shredded using an AXO 408 industrial shredder; a Certificate of Destruction issued; Boxes Returned or Recycled; and all work conducted by Security Cleared and Trained Staff. All work is undertaken in compliance to the highest shredding industry standards including the NAID AAA Certification, EN 15713 and Qualsec security requirements.

The service is available in the old Ulster Bank premises in Castleblayney, beside Watters Service Station and is open week days from 9.30 to 5.30am. Further information can be attained by visiting or by phoning 042 9749515.