Framework Agreements

Shred-it has various framework agreements with public sector bodies to support their information security compliance.

Instant access to Shred-it’s services

We hold framework agreements with various contracting authorities to establish terms to be awarded during a given period, particularly concerning price and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged.

Framework agreements provide many benefits such as pre-vetting undertaken by the framework. This allows you to save time on lengthy procurement procedures and schedule Shred-it’s services today. Our agreements provide access to preferred prices with pre-approved terms and conditions helping you reach set targets and objectives.

Our Framework Agreements:


This ESPO framework offers customers a quick, simple and competitive route to a choice of pre-approved, industry compliant, secure shredding and confidential waste disposal service providers, all of which have been robustly pre-vetted via a UK compliant tender exercise.

Shred-it are pre-approved for Secure Shredding and Disposal services.

Reference code - 981_23

NHS Shared Business Services

This framework Agreement provides a comprehensive scope that covers digitisation and scanning, as well as traditional paper archiving and retrieval functions, supporting NHS trusts to achieve the aims of the national programme. 

Reference code - SBS/21/NL/ZWD/10173

NHS, NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC)

NHS, NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) provides collaborative and bespoke procurement solutions to the NHS and other public sector organisations. Through category expertise and harnessing collective buying power they offer a range of pre-approved framework agreements.

Reference code - NOE.0379

Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges

APUC (Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges) Limited is the procurement centre of expertise for all of Scotland's universities and colleges, established initially in response to the McClelland Report: 'Review of Public Procurement in Scotland', which made recommendations for public procurement reform.

NHS Countess of Chester

This framework covers confidential waste streams for paper and e-waste, from secure storage and collection through to final disposal, utilising either an on or off site secure destruction service in accordance with Standard BS EN15713:2009.

Reference code -  F/072/WMM/20/AB