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Gift Drive: Free Drive Thru Shred Event November 6th!


Gift Drive: Free Drive Thru Shred Event November 6th!

Did you know that there are 10,068 children in foster care in Washington; 2,167 of these children are waiting for adoptive families. Most of the children awaiting adoption reside in foster care. Some are in group homes. They are mostly school age children. Some are...

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Non-Paper Shredding Services with Lemay: 4 Q & A

Non-Paper Shredding Services with Lemay: 4 Q & A

Usually when people think of shredding things that contain valuable personal information they think of one thing: paper.  In reality, there are a lot of forms of media besides paper that can contain just as much (or often more) personal information as paper...

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4 Important Things You Should ALWAYS Shred

4 Important Things You Should ALWAYS Shred

On the blog we talk a lot about the pros and cons of shredding, like how it benefits the environment and can help you clear up space around the house. But what about the things you should always shred? Do you actually know what kinds of documents you should be...

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Successful Mobile Shred Event at Twinstar Credit Union!

Successful Mobile Shred Event at Twinstar Credit Union!

Last month Lemay Mobile Shredding was proud to help host a community mobile shred event with Twistar Credit Union in Lacey!  During the massive heatwave that swept through Washington during the last week of June our team at Lemay got to partner with Twinstar...

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Proper X-Ray Shredding and HIPAA Compliance

Proper X-Ray Shredding and HIPAA Compliance

Anyone who has broken a bone knows how the process of getting an x-ray works. But have you ever wondered what happens to your x-rays once the medical facility or clinic you went to has no need for them? The digital age has changed many things, but film x-rays still...

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4 Reasons to Host a Mobile Shred Event with Lemay

4 Reasons to Host a Mobile Shred Event with Lemay

This spring kick off spring cleaning by hosting a shred event through Lemay! Over the long winter months things like credit card bills, receipts, and other things have non-doubt piled up on your desk. While traditional shredding may be your go-to way to get rid of...

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Summer Cleaning Checklist: Paperwork

Summer Cleaning Checklist: Paperwork

If, like us, you've been taking advantage of the long summer days to do some cleaning and organizing around your home or business, we've got some items to add to your checklist! For even the most organized of businesses and homeowners, there's one thing that always...

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Classified Document Shredding for Our Military

Classified Document Shredding for Our Military

In any business, secure classified document shredding is important for privacy and security. And when the military is involved, it's essential. When we think of the military, many times we think of boot camp, long deployments, and national pride. However, there is...

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Why Professional Hard Drive Shredding Matters

Why Professional Hard Drive Shredding Matters

When it comes to disposing of old hard drives, professional hard drive shredding is critical to keeping old information safe. No matter your reason for wanting to destroy your hard drive, it's no secret that doing is more complicated than throwing out that old lamp or...

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October Shred Event a Success!

October Shred Event a Success!

Lemay Mobile Shredding loves partnering with business to host shred events for a cause! This October, we partnered with Kitsap Bank to raise money for food banks. Shred events can be fun and productive for the community while also giving back. Check out some of the...

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More Ways You Can Recycle

More Ways You Can Recycle

Sometimes it is a wise idea to step back and look at your recycling habits are working for you. Is everything you can recycle in your house getting to your recycling bins? Are you looking for products that are recyclable whenever you shop? Are you reusing everything...

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How Does Recycling Work?

How Does Recycling Work?

Recycling is a straightforward concept: take something which isn't helpful anymore and make it into something instead of throwing it away. It may be anything from recycling paper in a new paper, at creating a classic hubcap to a decorative birdbath. In reality,...

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Top 7 Facts to Know

Top 7 Facts to Know

 Without exception, recycling is the top stock company could do to improve: the environment, the economy and prevent waste from going into the oceans. Recycling is in a catastrophe in the U.S. Because of public confusion about recycling. U.S. Recycling levels are...

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The Myths Of Paper Shredding

The Myths Of Paper Shredding

Not all businesses should not shred. Shredding paper. To defend consumers privacy and combat id theft a series of data protection laws have been passed. These laws oblige companies to preserve personal info and after that to destroy it. There aren't only state laws...

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Recycling by the numbers

Recycling by the numbers

The list of facts that are recycling is among a few of the most thought. Aluminum can be recycled and back on the supermarket as a can, in no more than sixty days. That is a loop at its best! Used aluminum drink cans are a recycled item in the U.S. but other kinds of...

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Where Does Your Recycle Actually Go?

Where Does Your Recycle Actually Go?

What happens to all those recyclable things after they're collected? Recycling is the process of creating undesirable or used products into fresh remanufactured products. To put it , recycling is the craft of earning waste into a resource. There are different...

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Reuse & Recycle!

Reuse & Recycle!

Disposal isn't just about garbage. In fact, there are many creative ways to turn your waste into recycle! Traditionally, we don't recycle leather, but one of our great customers showed us how! We were asked to shred the leather down to small pieces to be...

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What You Shouldn’t Shred

What You Shouldn’t Shred

Most of us get a ton of junk in the mail--whether it's charge card applications, insurance documents, or even a 60-page retirement fund report from a job you had 10 years back. Luckily, deciding what to keep is straightforward, and once you do you are able to shred...

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