The Ins and Outs of Document Shredding
- Many documents have sensitive content or are very private and confidential in nature. It may not be just enough to put those document in for recycling. There are many recycling companies that provide both shredding and recycling of those shredded documents.
- Like all other paper documents, before they can be shredded or even recycled, you need to remove foreign objects to the paper. That means staples, paper clips, rubber bands, and binder clips.
- Some neon colored paper may be excluded for recycling, but it can still be shredded. It may require a separation from the other papers.
Gareth Amon, CEO and Founder of RecyclingQuotes.com, a company that works with recycling companies, states that: “recycling companies are becoming more and more connected to the communities in which they operate. As people become more environmentally conscious, they turn to recycling companies to provide information on the best practices for recycling. As we make recycling more social, it becomes a social responsibility, and we are doing our best to promote recycling companies to the social communities in which they operate,” added Mr. Amon.
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