Professional paper shredding and recycling services are more cost effective and secure than in-house paper shredding. It can be expensive, not to mention a waste of resources, to have employees shredding paper and documents with cheap paper shredders.
Here are a few ways you save money by shredding and recycling:
- You don't need to pay your employees to shred paper
- Don't purchase shredding equipment and try keeping it working
- It isn't necessary to remove paper clips and staples
- There is no mess to clean up after shredding large volumes
- You don't have to pay to dispose of the paper
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Prevent Identity Theft
Identity theft is one of the worst crimes you can be a victim of. Fortunately, it is completely preventable. Your business has a responsibility to do its part. It is your job to protect the records of your customers, clients, associates, and employees by safeguarding their sensitive information.
Shred documents that contain names, addresses, Social Security numbers, credit card and bank account numbers, and so on. Shredding and recycling will permanently destroy the information, protect you, protect your employees, and protect your clients.
- Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), requires that "any person who maintains or otherwise possesses consumer information for a business purpose" must properly destroy beyond recognition rather than discard such information.
- Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) for health care facilities, providers and plans.
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley covers the use of customer information by those in the financial industry (insurance, banks, mortgage companies, etc). All three laws provide for stiff penalties for any business found to be in violation. Imagine a fine of $125,000 dollars for letting just one social security number, address, or phone number fall into the wrong hands. Now stop imagining it - it's real! And the fine can be that much PER RECORD!
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act outlines what type of information must be kept, for how long and who is responsible for ensuring the information is available and applies to public companies in the United States that are traded on US stock exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Go Green. We don't recycle just because it's the "in" thing to do. We do it because it's the RIGHT thing to do.