The recycling process
Recycling all shredded paper waste means a huge reduction in the volume of waste being put into landfill. Paper can be recycled a number of times and remade into other products before it loses too much strength and structure. Over time, this has a huge positive impact on the environment, since fewer trees are needed to be cut down, and less CO2 is required for the recycling process than manufacturing paper from scratch.
A Green Policy
Increasing numbers of businesses are now implementing a “Green Policy” to ensure that they are contributing as much as possible to maintaining a sustainable environment. This is something that customers are now looking for more often when choosing to purchase products and services, and is therefore becoming a greater priority.
Mobile Shredding Services
On-site, or mobile shredding, means that documents can be collected and shredded on-site. Mobile shredding vehicles then take the shredded paper back to be baled before being transported to the paper recycling mill. This makes it easier for companies to recycle when they don’t have the storage or transportation facilities in-house. Our industrial sized shredders also use a huge amount less energy than individual businesses shredding and recycling internally.
Take care of the environment
If you’re looking to improve the way you dispose of your confidential documents, why not get in touch with Shred-on-Site today. Their team will be able to see how you can contribute to sustainability. Find out more by calling 0800 181 4106 today.
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