Posted on Wednesday 11 July 2012 by Ulster Business


Local company ShredBank had been nominated for the 2012 Nectar Business Contribution to the Community award. 

If successful, ShredBank will donate the £2,000 prize money to the Prince's Trust, helping young people from disadvantaged backgrounds get into employment or further education. 

A panel of expert judges have selected six finalists from across the United Kingdom for the award who they deemed had made an outstanding contribution and commitment to the local community. 

ShredBank, based on the Saintfield Road, is an on-site destruction company that shreds confidential information using mobile shredding trucks, to help reduce security leaks. The company works closely with the local community to promote benefits of secure waste reduction and disposal through free shredding events called 'shredathons'. Shredbank also recently raised over £20,000 for the Prince's Trust by delivering over 30 business growth seminars to 1000 businesses with the help of Apprentice star Jim Eastwood. 

To Vote for ShredBank to win the Nectar Business Contribution to the Community award click here


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