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Shredding documents can be a delicate topic in a law firm. Should you keep that document, or can you dispose of it? This article will help you determine the ethics behind destroying legal documents. There are laws that stipulate how professionals dispose of confidential documents. But...

Do you work in a medical office or healthcare setting? For administrators in these environments, the secure shredding of medical documents (paper records) is a major concern. Greenway Shredding and Recycling offers HIPAA-compliant secure shredding services. The following article outlines secure shredding guidelines for paper...

Whether you’re a butcher, a baker, or a candlestick maker…you need a reliable, convenient, and cost-effective small business document shredding solution. Greenway Shredding & Recycling is here to help.   What Defines a Small Business?   According to the Small Business Administration (SBA.gov), small businesses make up 99% of all...

December is a loaded month for businesses. With end-of-year deadlines closing in as well as planning for the new year starting, it can be hard to stay organized. Especially since most businesses accumulate a lot of clutter throughout the year. Now is the perfect time...

Many companies feel that an in-house shredder is a more financially responsible option for document destruction than utilizing a secure shredding service. However, while there is a set cost for a shredding service, there are hidden costs associated with in-house shredding. Today, we explore the...

Moving can be a stressful time – especially right now. Houses are selling left and right, meaning that buyers and sellers alike are having to move quickly and efficiently. In order to do so, it may be time to do some cleaning. It can be...

It’s back to school season! After a year of online schooling due to COVID-19, perhaps this return has been more chaotic and challenging than any years before. However, the privacy of student records should not be something that schools and school systems are worried about...

Today, shredding is more commonplace than ever. It is important to protect your company’s, employee’s, and client’s information. One simple way to ensure that protection is through shredding. Many courts have ruled that once you place your material into a trashcan, recycling receptacle, or dumpster,...