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Overstock Disposal: Destroying Toys in Texas and Beyond

Our client was storing a large volume of stock, discontinued toy products. Originally, the product was designed as a monthly subscription kit, something like a playful  “care package,” and shipped to clients all over the world. There was a branded cardboard box containing several gift and collectible items designed around a specific character and made from different materials. Each kit contained items like…

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Try Plant Based Shredding in Dallas/ Fort Worth area

Paul Simonetti has been working closely with our Arlington, Texas plant for six years and he serves the greater Dallas/ Fort Worth environs. He implements new recycling programs for his clients that reduce waste handling costs, reduce carbon footprint, and generate a revenue stream based on the sale of the recyclables. In Arlington, we have…

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Plant-Based Shredding or Onsite Shredding?

Erik Brown has been working with us for over ten years. Erik has been trained and holds certifications from both Homeland Security and the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID.) The record storage operations for the Federal Government and other large document archiving operations are among Erik’s clients. Recently, many of his clients have begun…

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Crushing Plastic Prototype Casings in Washington State

Our manufacturing client in Seattle is choosing our secure product disposal and destruction service. They are working through a design process, producing injection molded prototype casings that have not yet been patented. Test product samples must be kept out of the wrong hands. It is very important that there is absolutely no chance of recovery.…

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Secure Product Destruction: Texas Style

In mid-December, 2015, our client had 40 pallets of outdated medical prosthetics, silicone breast implants. They had 6000 units with a retail value over $7,000,000 and they needed the product destroyed before the January 1, 2016.  The implants were stored several states away, still in individual boxes, and the client feared that the product could be diverted to some unregulated market or turn up…

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Growing Expertise: Shredding for Product Destruction

Micheal Swernoff became the General Manager of American Shredding’s recycling partner Green Planet 21in February of 2013. Reflecting on the past year, Swernoff says, “Identity theft is a huge problem. I have grown to appreciate the importance of protecting confidential records and personal information. Confidentiality has shown to be a huge problem in the Internet…

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5 Ways We Are Contributing to a Sustainable Environment

1.    SAVING TREES When we shred and re-use paper, we prevent further destruction of our forests. Producing new paper directly from trees consumes a large amount of energy and water. Even worse, the process of this transformation releases pollutants into our atmosphere. Recycling one ton of paper saves roughly seventeen trees and 7,000 gallons of…

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Protect your online personnel information with Safe Shepherd.

Safe Shepherd Protects Your Social Networks, Keeps Your Data Off of Creepy People Search Engines Alan Henry Safe Shepherd is a privacy protection service that already scrubs your personal data from creepy people search engines, but the service also now keeps tabs on your social networks like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram to make sure…

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State AGs Focus on Data Protection/Privacy

State Attorney General now have funding and laws in place to send messages to companies that do not protect consumer information.  Lets see who they go after in 2013. 2012 in Review: State AGs Focus on Data Protection/Privacy By Divonne Smoyer and Aaron R. Lancaster on January 15th, 2013 Posted in Data Privacy 2012 was…

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Employee downloads of corporate information.

Employees will think twice about downloads of corporate information. U.S. Apppeals Court Revives Workplace Cybertheft Claim By Jonathan Stempel | December 27, 2012 In a decision that could make it easier for businesses to police cybertheft in the workplace, a U.S. appeals court revived a chemical company’s lawsuit accusing a former Toronto-area employee of using…

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