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What to do with misprints?

What to do with misprints?

Misprints and manufacturing errors happen. Whether you’re a one-man-band making custom t-shirts as your side hustle or a giant homeware manufacturer, at some point, you’ll probably have to deal with items that have been produced with flaws, faults, or imperfections. So, what should you do with these items? Books and other printworks misprints. Even in.

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Shred Station to bake in aid of Young Lives vs Cancer!

On Sunday 21st April, Shred Station’s Scott Taylor will be running the London Marathon in aid of a charity close to his heart – Young Lives vs Cancer. To help Scott achieve his fundraising goal, the Shred Station team is having a bake-off, with all bake sale money going to this worthy cause. On Monday.

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What products can be destroyed?

We have shredding and secure destruction enquiries about a huge range of products. What products can you destroy? Can you destroy bulk volumes of mixed materials? Should I destroy branded products? What should I do with recalled stock? We’ll answer all these questions and more in this article. At Shred Station, we can destroy almost.

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Why is it so important to select sustainable waste management suppliers?

With global carbon emissions at an all-time high, it’s more important than ever to ensure your supply chain is sustainable. This is especially important when choosing waste management suppliers. Rotting waste in landfills is responsible for about 20% of human-caused methane emissions. Methane emissions cause roughly a third of the global heating that drives the.

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Five little-known facts about the shredding industry

Five little-known facts about the shredding industry

The shredding industry is an essential cog in the UK business landscape’s machinery. Shredding companies are responsible for securely destroying confidential and sensitive information to ensure it does not fall into the wrong hands. This can include Top Secret government information and documents relating to national security, old police force documents, and everyday business materials.

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