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Why Shredding Confidential Documents Is The Best Way To Go

Wondering why you should bother shredding your documents rather than just chucking them straight in the bin? Here are a few reasons why you should choose to shred.     1 Easier To Manage Some businesses prefer to keep their confidential documents under lock and key in...

How Paper Gets Recycled

Millions of tons of paper are recycled every year in the UK alone. It’s a great way of saving trees and thereby protecting the environment. But how exactly is paper recycled? How does it go from being a used newspaper to a new sheet of A4? Let’s take a look at the...

3 Times Businesses Accidentally Leaked Confidential Information

1) Wells Fargo In 2017, when the huge American banking conglomerate was subpoenaed to send over documents and email relating to the case, they accidentally sent over gigabytes of extremely sensitive information that included customer’s names, their Social Security...

Why You Can’t Burn Confidential Waste

With the new GDPR legislations taking full force earlier this year, many companies have had to remove confidential waste from their businesses in GDPR compliant ways. Confidential waste is defined as waste, of which contains sensitive information. For example,...

What Exactly Counts as Confidential Waste?

With the new GDPR legislation coming into effect earlier this year, it is more important than ever to dispose of confidential waste correctly and securely. Whether your confidential waste is in the form of paper documents, hard drives or logbooks, the data needs to be...

Top Tips for Recycling at Work

Many workplaces and offices have recycling at the bottom of their ‘to-do’ list. A typical office of around 100 people can produce, on average, over 20 bags of waste a week, which equivalates to 55,000 litres of waste every single year. Of this waste, over 90% of it...