Uniform Destruction

Shredding Old Uniforms is Critical for Security and Trust

When uniforms age and become worn it’s critical to ensure that they are securely destroyed -- rather than being sent to landfill. Failing to destroy old uniforms creates a serious security risk for your business, organisation, and the wider community.

Of course the risk is obvious in the case of the police, emergency, or security firm uniforms. But even corporate uniforms or branded construction safety gear could be used by savvy criminal or even a terrorist for nefarious means.

Safe and Secure Uniform Destruction, Disposal and Recycling

With state-of-the-art security on our premises and secure pick up and delivery vehicles with GPS tracking and CCTV monitoring, you can rest assured that we will ensure the complete secure destruction, disposal, and recycling of uniforms of any type:

  • Police and emergency uniforms
  • Security firm uniforms
  • Corporate logo uniforms
  • Bank and armoured truck uniforms
  • Military uniforms
  • Safety helmets and high visibility gear
  • … in fact, any uniform or article of clothing including hats, shoes, and other accessories

You can feel confident that our uniform destruction, disposal and subsequent recycling will be conducted in the most efficient, eco-friendly and economical manner. After your uniforms have been shredded, you will be issued with a Certificate of Destruction to confirm that your uniforms have been fully destroyed.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your assistance with this project. It was quite demanding and required a fairly big effort from yourself the rest of your team.

I believe I will be contacting you again in perhaps 2-4 weeks with a view to destroying additional tapes. As the previous task was fairly large, I will endeavour to reduce the quantity per day of destruction, so we may have another 2 trips to plan. Nonetheless, as soon as we are ready, I’ll be in touch.

Consignment Security Manager, Note Printing Australia Ltd
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