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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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Shredding Fashion Samples and Seconds

  Every month, we collect 7000 pounds of high fashion clothing designs, mixed textiles and accessories and the collection must be reliably coordinated with the client’s accounting schedules. We shred and bale the mixed-content textiles so there is no further chance for them in any marketplace, a step to protect the brand. The designer requires…

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Guaranteed Product Destruction

Here are some images of outdoor sports equipment and apparel products, gloves, helmets, shirts, knee pads before they were destroyed. After the items manufactured overseas arrived at the U.S. distribution center, it was seen that they did not meet the companies’ product standards for selling. The company desired to reclaim the import taxes they had paid. It was necessary…

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Urge West Coast Ports to Work

Please join me in my appeal to Governor Brown and President Obama to impel the Pacific Maritime Association management and the leaders of the International Longshoremen and Warehouse Union to immediately complete their bargaining process and get the West Coast Ports back to full time work. Their conflict exerts excess destructive power; the impact of this…

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New Plant in Phoenix to Shred Plastics and Faulty or Returned Products

Green Planet 21 has opened a new 46,000 square foot indoor facility in central Phoenix. Clients can now recycle more plastics and cut their waste disposal costs. Scrap generated in manufacturing processes and returned or defective products are handled sustainably instead of being buried in landfills. See the plant here: http://bit.ly/1vnRSIP Green Planet 21 handles: waste plastics: HDPE,…

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Five Paper Shredding Myths to be Aware of

There is often confusion when it comes to document shredding. We want our customers to be clear about who should shred and why it’s important. We hope these myths will provide clarity in regards to any hesitations you may have. 1)    Your company is too small for a shredding service The size of your company…

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More “Savings” with American Shredding

It is evident that today more than ever; businesses are making it a top priority to thoroughly protect their vital documents…and they should! Whether these papers consist of documents pertaining to their company, or customers, with the ongoing issue of identity theft the need for proper storage and secure disposal is only increasing. Sure, there…

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5 of the most interesting items destroyed by American Shredding

5 of the most interesting items destroyed by American Shredding January 10, 2013 Erik Brown of Salt Lake City made his list. What is on yours? 1. Fur Coats – Protecting Sales Revenue – A clothing company needed to protect future sales by destroying knock-off coats that were made to mimic their product. 2. Headphones…

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5 Mistakes People Make Managing Their Waste Stream

Also by Erik Brown, Salt Lake City 5 Mistakes People Make Managing Their Waste Stream 1. ASKING THE CURRENT GARBAGE HAULER FOR IDEAS The current garbage hauler has absolutely no incentive to help in this area. It’s like asking someone to cut their own wrists. They want to maximize their revenue, which means they will…

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