Kankakee, IL, September 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Mobile Document Destruction, a Kankakee-based onsite document shredding service, has launched their new Web site, http://www.mddshredding.com. The site offers information about the services Mobile Document Destruction offers. Customers can also request information or estimates for shredding services at the Web site, through fax, or over the phone. There are many reasons companies shred their documents, and Mobile Document Destruction helps clients keep themselves and their clients safe through ethical and secure shredding practices.
Mobile Document Destruction offers on-site services to businesses and offices that require total destruction of sensitive files, documents, and other papers. MDD shreds all materials at the customer’s workplace in plain sight. When the shredding is complete, Mobile Document Destruction offers certificates of destruction for the shredded information. The certificate is required for offices that must comply with HIPAA.
For customer convenience, Mobile Document Destruction offers locking cabinets and containers for customers in the MDD service area. These locking cabinets can remain at customers' business or office until the scheduled MDD shredding time. This allows the materials to be secured until shredding, so offices don't have to worry about privacy or sensitive information.
Mobile Document Destruction is a Certified NAID member. NAID is the non-profit trade organization of the secure destruction industry, founded in 1994. As a NAID member, Mobile Document Destruction simplifies compliance with data protection laws, ensuring that no persons with a history of crimes are employed, that access to materials is restricted at all times, and that information is protected from unauthorized access during transport and screening.
Mobile Document Destruction’s Web site, http://www.mddshredding.com, was designed by Linkpoint Media, a Bourbonnais, Illinois-based Web design company specializing in sites for small businesses and nonprofits. Linkpoint Media has also designed sites for Reach a Village, Garden of Prayer Youth Center, and the Kankakee chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Find them online at linkpointmedia.com.