Being destructive can save you money!

It’s simple maths. Whether you store your documents onsite or use an offsite management company, ridding yourself of files you no longer need will save you time, space and money.

Of course, you’re required to keep all financial documentation for 7 years for VAT purposes (and your industry may have additional rules and regulations), but by disposing of unwanted files you’ll create space, cut storage costs and rid yourself of unnecessary clutter.

So, what should you do with your obsolete files? With identity theft on the increase, it’s wise to dispose of them securely. We provide a speedy collection service for confidential waste: we’ll ensure your files are shredded and disposed of securely, and that the waste is recycled. Then we’ll issue you with a certificate of destruction. If your files are stored with us, just send us written notification and we’ll do the rest.


Our premises could easily become swamped in paper, so we routinely check our old files and Doxbond dispose of those which we no longer need in a secure and confidential manner. We receive a certificate of secure destruction for each batch of files, and the process allows us to limit our storage costs.

We’ve found Doxbond to be reliable and efficient service providers. We’ve worked well together for more than 10 years.

Practice Manager
Solicitors, Bury St Edmunds

When clients want to keep their documents, they are safely held in our highly secure archives, and they’re still winning on cost. Their documents are protected by Red Care intruder alarms, 24-hour CCTV, and a fire detection system. When they need something from the archive, we deliver it quickly – Next Day, Same Day or 90-min Express – and at a time that fits their schedule.

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