Free Paper Shredding San Diego

FREE Paper Shredding
for Active Duty Military
Serving in San Diego!

Army Navy Air Force Marine Corps Coast Guard

Total Secure Shredding would like to announce that it is offering FREE Paper Shredding to all active duty Military who show up at our facility...


That's right, show up any time during regular business hours while in uniform and we'll shred up to three standard size file boxes while you wait for absolutely no charge.

A standard size file box measures 15" in length by 12" in width by 10" in height.

Standard Size File Box

These boxes typically will hold 25 to 30 pounds of paper.

If you don't have your documents in standard size file boxes...

Don't Worry!

We have a pretty good eye at determining how much paper you have.

Besides, we are talking about approximately 75 to 90 pounds of paper. Rarely have I seen an individual (non-business related) bring in more than this at any one time.

I'm also going to extend this offer to any spouse of a military member if they bring in a copy of their military transfer papers showing that the military is sending them away or bringing them to San Diego County. This is only valid if you bring down your documents within 30 days of your transfer date.

Why am I doing this?

Well, as a veteran myself, it's always been kind of an unofficial policy of mine since we opened our facility. Any military member that happened to come down in uniform I would shred their documents for free.

Consequently, this has been something I've wanted to make official for some time. It really doesn't do any good to have a policy like this and then not tell anyone about it!

Here's our address:

3584 Hancock St
San Diego, CA 92110

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Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday: 8am to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm
Sunday: Closed

If you have any questions, call us at

(619) 295-5474

Or click on our logo below and head over to our website where you can read all about how our drop-off shredding service works.

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