Posts Categorized: File Shredding and Recycling

Three Ways Shredding Documents Promotes Recycling

Maintaining clear and organized records is an important part of doing business, especially if you are dealing with contracts or PII (personally identifiable information) on a regular basis. But there inevitably comes a time when archiving those records becomes an unnecessary burden. Disposing of old and unnecessary physical documents can be quite a process. And… Read More »

Protect Your Company – Federal Regulations on Film Recycling

Film recycling is a challenge for companies who don’t have the knowledge or the process in place to protect their company. There’s a lot at stake when it comes to film. The material itself contains a wide variety of chemicals and toxins that are regulated by local environmental agencies as well as the issues at… Read More »

Three Types of Documents to Shred to Prevent Identity Theft

Identity theft is not a new problem, but it is certainly a fast-growing problem. From a consumer prospective as well as a business perspective, data security is critical. For businesses to make sure they are doing their due diligence to protect their customers and clients to the best of their ability, shredding is a very… Read More »

Document Shredding Laws – What You Need to Know

As more cybersecurity incidents occur on the global stage, more businesses are realizing they need to take serious action in order to process and manage their sensitive business information. While it can be a hassle to archive documents that no longer seem useful or needed, the truth is that certain sensitive information should be retained… Read More »

Question: How Long Do I Need to Hang onto Business Documents Before Shredding Them?

A frequently asked question that we hear is how long businesses need to keep business documents before disposing of them. Document management can be a little tricky because the truth is that there is no hard and fast rule on this. As it relates to healthcare, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (or HIPAA)… Read More »

Is Your Document Destruction Plan Environmentally Conscious?

If your document management and disposal strategy consist of simply throwing your documents in the recycling bin, STOP! You are needlessly putting your data security at risk! Also, if you are recycling non-recyclable materials (such as film), you are actually doing more harm then good by releasing dangerous toxins into the ecosystem. It’s very important… Read More »

4 Reasons EVERY employee should be trained on document shredding and recycling

Maintaining clear and organized records is an important part of doing business, especially if you are dealing with contracts on a regular basis. But there inevitably comes a time when archiving those records becomes an unnecessary burden. Disposing of old and unnecessary physical documents can be quite a process. And if your employees don’t know… Read More »

How Going Paperless Is Easier Than You Think

Going paperless is a great way to increase productivity, accessibility, and smarter decision-making within your company. Moving to the cloud has clear benefits in terms of convenience and storage capacity. The accessibility and functionality of Google Drive is truly hard to compete with. But trusting the cloud can be a challenge. Businesses from large to… Read More »

Get Your Documents Shredded with Ease And Security

Maintaining clear and organized records is an important part of doing business. But there inevitably comes a time when archiving those records becomes an unnecessary burden. Disposing of old and unnecessary physical documents can be quite a process. The truth is that there is so much more to secure document disposal than simply throwing them… Read More »

Why Assured Document Destruction Is Important In the Digital Age

The digital age has brought with it new levels of convenience and productivity but also new levels of risk when it comes to data security. Document destruction in the digital age is as important as ever before.  There is so much more to destroying a document properly than ripping up some paper and throwing it… Read More »