Goodwill Southern California transforms lives through the power of work!
Goodwill Southern California enhances the quality of the lives of people who
have disabilities and other vocational disadvantages by assisting them
to become productive and self-sufficient in the community. The income
from our shredding service helps fund education, job training and
• Information destruction (documents, media, films, diskettes & other
• Off-site shredding service
• Regularly scheduled pick-up and exchange
• Purge old records and archives
• Certificate of Destruction
• 100% satisfaction guarantee
• Volume discount
• 24-hour video surveillance & security personnel
• Computerized inventory & tracking control system
• Pick-up & delivery trucks with GPS tracking system
Why choose Goodwill Secure Shredding?
• Goodwill is a name to be trusted: We have been serving the community
for over 100 years. We work at military installation, police stations,
hospitals, banks, law firms, and Federal facilities.
• Goodwill is secure: Every
Goodwill Secure Bin is bar coded and tracked by a
PDA system. Our facility is under 24-hour video surveillance and
guarded by security personnel 24 hours per day. All Goodwill Secure
Shredding trucks have GPS tracking.
• Goodwill accepts the liability so you do not have to.
• Goodwill offers low price: Goodwill offers the most competitive
• Goodwill is cost effective: It costs more to have a minimum wage
employee shred for 15 minutes per day than our service.
• Goodwill is convenient: We will accommodate our pick up schedule
according to your needs.
• Goodwill offers a chance to do a greater good for the community: All
income from Goodwill Secure Shredding service help fund education, job
training and placement services.
It is the LAW!
• Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPPA) set rules to
protect the privacy of health information.
• The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act restricts all financial institutions on use
of their customer information.
• CA vs. Greenwood: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that “Dumpster Diving”
is not illegal.
• California bill 2246 requires businesses to take all reasonable steps
to destroy customers’ records and control personal information that is
no longer in use.