Rocky Mountain Document Destruction - A Division of ACE Recycling & Disposal

Drop-Off Locations

The Mail Center

1042 E Fort Union Blvd
Midvale, UT 84047


Monday - Friday | 9am-6pm
​Saturday | 10am-3pm

Secure Shredding Salt Lake City

According to the Federal Trade Commission, identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the United States. In response to this growth, the Federal Government and the Utah State Legislature have passed many laws to stop the rising tide of identity theft. These laws require businesses and individuals to take responsibility and act with reasonable care when disposing confidential information. Rocky Mountain Document Destruction has several drop off shredding locations in Salt Lake City to help make the responsibility of proper disposal easier for the community. These convenient locations offer peace of mind and give businesses and individuals the security level needed when disposing of sensitive material.

As a result of the new identity theft protection laws, businesses have an obligation to safeguard a client's data and then shred it after a specified period has passed. Rocky Mountain Document Destruction knows you have many choices regarding shredding sensitive documents and confidential material. Your ability to choose is the primary reason we offer both on-site document shredding or drop off document destruction. At RMDD, we strive for convenience.

Don't let your business practices be the reason your clients have their identity stolen. Be proactive and shred all your personal and business information before it falls into the wrong hands. Even if you only have a small number of documents to shred, it is still best practice to have a certified shredding company destroy them. Rocky Mountain Document Destruction makes it easy to find a drop off location Salt Lake City.

Characteristics of a company that does paper shredding

A Paper Shredding company in Salt Lake City must be able to:

  • Offer confidential document shredding, which includes offering mobile shredding and on-site shredding.
  • Handle confidential information safely and securely because it is a legal requirement of organizations that collect and use personal data.​