A secure postal service to shred and recycle your confidential paperwork.
We donate 50c per bag to the RSPCA.
Send and Shred saves you time, money and space. It could save you from fraud and identity theft.
Send and Shred helps protect your business from a costly data breach and helps you comply with privacy law.
And it helps save the planet.
Send and Shred donates 50c from every bag to the RSPCA. Today, Send and Shred handed over the first quarterly donation, which will help gorgeous pups like Novak, Selena, and Venus.
Send and Shred CEO, Jo Clay explained that around 1 in 5 Australians has fallen victim to identity theft. “That’s why police say don’t throw sensitive paperwork in the bin.
“Most Australians are cautious about personal information,” Jo said. “Our research shows 47% of households own a home shredder. This help protects you from fraud, but they don’t help our environment. Most home shredders end up in the landfill, along with the paper they’ve shredded. Household recycling facilities can’t process loose shredded paper, so even if you put it in your recycling bin, it ends up in the landfill.
“We estimate that home shredding sends around 1.5 million shredders and 11,000 tonnes of shredded paper to landfill each year. That’s why we came up with Send and Shred. We wanted a service that recycles, instead of a product that creates waste.”
RSPCA ACT CEO, Michelle Robertson is pleased to be working with Send and Shred as this initiative will not only help the 3,800 plus animals that come through the shelter each year but also help the environment. “In order to continue the vital work we do here — looking after abused, neglected and abandoned animals — we need support from the Canberra community. We look forward to a continuing relationship with Send and Shred as this social enterprise grows.