The SPOT offers Lock Tight document destruction and disposal services for restricted and sensitive documents for the University of Central Florida. Lock Tight provides either schedule based destruction or one time purge disposal service.
The SPOT will provide your department with locked secured containers to hold your sensitive material for destruction. The material will be collected and destroyed by mobile technicians.
Collected paper material will be destroyed and recycled. All invoicing and scheduling can be done through The SPOT via IDI. At the end of the month, we provide your department with a Certificate of Destruction attesting that your documents have been destroyed and will be recycled within the U.S.
Additional Information on Containers and Pricing Below
Hard drives – $16.00 each
CD, disc tapes, etc. $1.00/lb
One Time Purge – *$100.00 per box
*A one time purge is a delivery of a 65 gal bin, that will be retrieved one week later. A charge of $100.00 will be applied on removal of the bin.
65 Gallon Container
Holds approximately 230 lbs
*4 Week Cycle: $70 per pick-up
*8 Week Cycle: $90 per pick-up
36 Inch Console
*4 Week Cycle: $50 per pick-up
*8 Week Cycle: $70 per pick-up
Standard File Box
*$10.00 per box
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it matter what type of box our papers are in when the driver picks them up?
The price per box is set by the standard cardboard bankers box or a copy paper size box.
If I don’t know when our bin will be full and need to be emptied, is there a time limit on how long it takes to fill it up?
We set all customers with bins up on either a 4 week or 8 week automatic service schedule. Should you need service before your scheduled date, you can call or email the Spot and we will request service right away. This will reset your scheduled service date from the date of service.
When they bring the bin for the first time, do I have to fill it right away while the driver waits?
No, you will either be on a 4 or 8 week schedule from the drop off date.
Do I need to remove staples, binder clips, rubber bands, etc?
No, you don’t need to remove anything unless you want to save them to reuse later.