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To Shred Or Not To Shred

To Shred or Not To Shred that is the question, or is it?  More and more companies are moving towards a policy that has received the coined term of “Shred-All.”  Sounds simple right! Yes, it is, and that is the entire point. While in the past companies set...

Chain of Custody – Why You Need It

The safety and security of proper document destruction can be wholly disarmed if not adequately documented. Therefore the Chain of Custody (CoC) is a critical document that you should retain for each document destruction service date. The Purpose The CoC provides a...

Why use a professional, hometown shredding company?

Why use a professional, hometown shredding company? Because we are dedicated to giving our customers peace of mind. At Document Destruction, seeing is always believing. Not only will we come to your office to dispose of your confidential paper records, but we’ll shred...

Tax Season – What to Store and What to Shred

You’re knee deep in taxes for yourself and/or your home-based business, busily sorting through stacks of paper, organizing and trying to declutter and it’s easy to get stressed and just want to toss everything in the trash.  Before you do it is important to know that,...

Identity Theft: It Could Happen To You

In a single year, nearly three million Americans will have their identities stolen.   If you think you would never be a target for identity theft, you are mistaken. Victims span every age, race, location, and income level.  Fraud can happen from stolen personal...

Corporate Security Risks

Corporate security has never been more critical.  With the evolution of technology enabling the rapid sharing of information, companies now require data security equal or better than their physical security.  Scandals such as the Snowden incident and the cyber attack...

What Happens After You Shred?

You’ve brought in the experts to shred your confidential documents, but then you wonder—what happens to all that paper now? Where does it go? The short answer is that all shredded paper is recycled. All paper is made of fibers. The longer the fiber, the more valuable...

Documents that Should Be Shredded

After you’ve realized that the safest way to handle company documents that no longer need to be kept on file is to have them shredded by a trusted, outside source, your next question might be: which documents should be shredded? The answer to this question is going to...

Always Choose Secure Document Destruction

There’s no question that document destruction is vital to any company’s security. Anything you don’t want outsiders to get their hands on needs to be destroyed, not simply recycled, including trade secrets, customer lists, price lists, employee records and...