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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,...

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...

Clutter is frustrating, and springtime is the ideal time to clean out unnecessary mess from your home. Now, in the midst of tax season, it may seem that old tax information is part of the chaos. It can be tempting to trash all these records...

At Greenway shredding, we offer an automated shredding process that provides a sense of safety and convenience for our clients. Our automated service works with your schedule to organize regular pickups weekly, biweekly, or monthly – whichever works best for your schedule. Why? Because providing...

Not all shredders are created equally, nor do they need to be. In fact, there are a variety of shredders, each designed for jobs of varying sizes and security. So, how do you decide the right shredder for your application? The best way is to determine...

Almost everyone is aware of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). However, some people may be unaware of the major implications for companies that are unable to comply with HIPAA rules. With the addition of the HITECH Act, which encouraged healthcare providers to utilize...

Did you know that the law only protects employee records and personal information held by government agencies, not private companies? While legal standards may not require companies to handle their employee’s personal information with care, ethical standards do. In this day and age, it is...