TIMG's document destruction service provides secure destruction bins to your business premises for the disposal of paper products. The bins are available in 240 and 140 litre sizes to suit any business. These can be ordered as needed or set up on a regular scheduled collection. Our large 240 litre bin is the same as is used in most areas around the country for council RECYCLING purposes. 104cm high x 74cm deep x 58cm wide. Our small 140 litre bin (available to customers with accounts only) is the same as is used in most areas around the country for council RUBBISH purposes. 94cm high x 54cm deep x 48cm wide.
Along with our destruction bin service we can also collect and destroy bulk quantities of paper as required. This may be applicable if your business is moving locations or having an office clean out. To make it easy for you we can collect bulk paper by the box or pallet.
From a single hard drive through to multiple IT asset decommission and secure disposal, TIMG has the solution for you. The destruction of media is to the highest security standard in New Zealand, which means there is no way your data will ever be able to be read or accessed. The process ensures your IT equipment has no data residing within it when it is securely disposed of or recycled, depending on your preference.
TIMG ensure physical destruction of digital media to particle size. An optional service is available to back-up your data to our secure cloud hosted platform prior to destruction.
Other non-hazardous material
Talk to us about destroying textiles, staff uniforms and clothing, brochures, ring binders and more
Our secure point to point transport and complete chain of custody documentation leaves you with peace of mind. TIMG are members of i-SIGMA (International Secure Information Governance and Management Association) and our Wellington branch is NAID AAA certified for secure destruction of information contained on media such as paper, micro media and physical hard drives. In New Zealand, TIMG is the only i-SIGMA members that holds AAA accreditation. At our other nationwide branches we destroy documents with compliance to NAID AAA standards. See our Security and Certification pages for more details.
Where possible, paper destroyed by TIMG is recycled to pulp, so not only are you securely and safely destroying documents, you're also acting in an environmentally responsible manner. For every metric tonne of paper we recycle on your behalf, we save 13 trees, 4100 kilowatts of energy, 2.5 barrels of oil, 31.78 kilolitres of water, over 2.4 tonnes of carbon emissions and approximately 4 cubic metres of landfill space
Destruction solutions can be tailored for households, small businesses or large corporates
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Destruction services available nationwide
We have TIMG branches located in Auckland, Hamilton, Hastings, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
Check your local TIMG branch details for a full list of locations serviced by each branch: