Shred Station wins the Waste World Cup 2021!

The Waste World Cup is the UK waste industry’s premier sporting event, combining a day of friendly football with a quality opportunity to network. This year, the event took place at Beaconsfield Rugby Club in Buckinghamshire on Friday 2nd July. For this year’s competition, over 25 teams took part from different waste specialists, all paying.

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Our Employees of the Quarter, 2021.

Our Employees of the Quarter – 2021 Q2

We understand how important it is to recognise the hard work of our teams. Our peer-voted Employee of the Quarter award encourages our staff across the UK to share positive feedback about their colleagues, with each winner receiving a gift voucher and company-wide recognition of their efforts. The award also gives visibility to all areas.

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Shred Station wins Environmental Project of the Year award

Shred Station receives Environmental Project of the Year award!

The British Security Awards 2021, organised by the BSIA, took place online on 30th June 2021. These awards celebrate security excellence and are open to all security personnel and businesses in the UK. We are delighted to announce that, after reaching the finals for both awards we were nominated for, we won the inaugural Environmental.

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Shred Station’s Commercial Director, Kristian Carter, appointed Chair of the BSIA’s Information Destruction section.

We have some very exciting news to share! Our Commercial Director, Kristian Carter, was appointed yesterday as Chair for the British Security Industry Association’s Information Destruction Section! Why the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is so vital for the data destruction industry The BSIA is the UK’s trade association for the professional security industry. It.

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Image of UK and EU flags on a signpost in opposite directions to represent Brexit.

GDPR in a post-Brexit Britain: What happens next?

The UK has left the EU, so what does this mean for the future of the UK’s data protection legislation? Now that the Brexit transition period has ended, what does this mean for GDPR? Can businesses still transfer data outside of the UK and receive data from other countries? We explain all potential outcomes and.

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