Shredding After Scanning: Going Digital Securely

Scanning your documents and going digital can save a ton of space—but only if you get rid of the old documents once they’ve digitized. Learn about the benefits of using a professional service that can both scan and shred your documents to keep your home or office organized and...

What Is Purge Shredding?

Have a large volume of paperwork to shred? Performing spring cleaning, or clearing out a large storage closet? Purge shredding services are convenient, cost effective, and a simple solution for when you have dozens of pounds of old paperwork to throw out that contains private information. Watch this video...

What Happens To Paper After It’s Shredded

Shredding private files keeps your information safe, but what happens to your documents after they’re shredded? For the eco-conscious citizen, the hope is that your shreds are recycled. Individuals typically can’t send their paper shreds to be recycled because small volumes of shreds are too messy for recycling centers,...

How Facilities Bundle Storage and Shredding

With the need to preserve privacy of information, everyone is working hard to keep records secure and destroy them appropriately. Perhaps your records have been stored in a facility and have reached their expiry date. Now what? Shred Outdated Documents Most record storage facilities offer a plan for records...

Can You Put Shredded Paper in the Recycle Bin?

If you are both safety conscious and environmentally conscious you will want to shred private files and then recycle them. Unfortunately, paper shreds cannot be placed in the recycle bin. If you put shredded paper in your recycling bin, it will almost certainly end up in a landfill. Why...