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Office Depot offers customers a shred of privacy

BOCA RATON, Fla. — The small business customer may have a greater reason to visit Office Depot now that the retailer has expanded its shredding and secure document archiving service program through a new partnership with information management company, Iron Mountain.

The company is offering shredding services at the rate of 99 cents per pound as well as document scanning for a nominal fee, allowing customers to leave the store with a digital record of their document that was destroyed. Customers with larger volumes of materials for shredding can utilize the shredding drop off service, under which Iron Mountain picks up the items directly from Office Depot for shredding. Furthermore, businesses with larger needs can visit their nearest Office Depot store to schedule the business shredding service and pick up boxes that will hold up to 35 pounds each of materials.

“Shredding has become a personal and business necessity in order to be protected from financial loss, identity theft, and more,” said Kristin Micalizio, VP Office Depot’s Copy & Print Depot. “Whether a customer chooses to visit one of our more than 1,100 stores or have Iron Mountain come directly to their place of business, this new agreement allows us to provide Office Depot customers with a number of safe and secure shredding options.”

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