Two Minneapolis based shredding companies have announced their merger. Shred Right will combine companies with Document Destruction Service. The company will continue under the Shred Right name. The two companies offered shredding to Minneapolis and St Paul. Financial details were not released.
Beware to anyone buying a shredder at Office Max. Apparently none of the models they sell actually shred paper. This became obvious after it was discovered that Office Max in Naples throws old job applications with social security numbers, addresses, and other personal information into a dumpster behind the store.
If you buy a shredder and hope people assign themselves the extra job of shredding you are a fool. Here was a store with hundreds of shredders sitting around, and not the small ones but the big ones that cost hundreds of dollars, and yet they couldn’t be troubled with actually doing the job.
The only document destruction program that is effective is a shredding service that comes by regularly and provides the business with documentation that it was all shredded..
Mike Leming was surprised when he visited the local recycling center in Hamilton. While recycling his newspaper he found 20 boxes of township documents. Mike didn’t know what exactly was on the documents but it was apparent that they should have been shredded and not just dumped at the recycling center.
Add the Hamilton Township to the list of organizations whose document destruction program involves throwing papers into the recycle bin and then hoping that they simply aren’t discovered. Most likely they had to pass the small shredder that froze up years ago.