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There is a new identity theft case every 14 seconds according to the National Council of Identity Theft Protection (NCITP). Identity theft is becoming a more common crime in the United States since digitized money transfers are much more common. According to the NCITP, 33%...

Keeping your personal or business information secure should be a priority. Regardless of the industry, you are ensuring that the sensitive information of your employees and business is completely destroyed. That’s why choosing a shredding service is an important decision that shouldn’t be overlooked. It...

Whether you are a household, a small company, or a large corporation, you are continuously receiving financial documents. From monthly bank statements, receipts from purchases, balance sheets, tax returns, etc., it can be challenging to determine what to do with all of the financial statements. Every...

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...

Businesses often find that when it comes to information, they are bound to several privacy compliance standards. These standards can be confusing and costly to their bottom line. Some believe that it may be easier to safely and securely store certain documents and files rather...

We all understand the environmental benefits of recycling. Collecting and reusing materials that would have otherwise been thrown in the trash helps the environment. However, some people are hesitant to recycle because they don’t understand the rules and regulations behind it. Can I recycle this?...

Though digital records are becoming more and more popular in the technological age in which we live, keeping paper documents is not a forgotten practice. Though paper shredding is our passion, Greenway understands that there are some paper documents that need to be kept. Today,...