Shredder Takes to Sheridan Streets

Michlle and Bryan Ritterbush got their paper shredding truck in January.  They are providing a service to Sheridan that previously had to be outsourced.  (photo by Tracee Davis)
Michlle and Bryan Ritterbush got their paper shredding truck in January. They are providing a service to Sheridan that previously had to be outsourced. (photo by Tracee Davis)

Bryan Ritterbush, a 22-year military veteran, and his wife, Michelle, got a new truck in January. It's equipped with a rear-view camera, plenty of room in the back, and teeth. The Secure Shred truck represents a new service available locally in Sheridan, and can chew up volumes of paper in minutes.

As Sheridan Media News reported yesterday, one of the biggest security liabilities for companies and individuals are piles of unneeded records. For a business, it's usually paperwork that has client information. For homes, it's primarily financial statements.

The Secure Shred truck can make a one-time stop at your home or business to chew up old paperwork, or you can keep a secure bin on location and the truck makes periodic visits.

Ritterbush said the shredding proceedure done at Secure Shred is not paralleled by any other business in the community.

After documents are shredded and mixed, they're dropped off for recycling. The Secure Shred truck can also get rid of CDs and textiles, like badges or credit cards, and soon, the service will expand to include computer hard drives.

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