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Photograph of Martin Emms, Shred Station's new Operations Manager

Introducing our new Norwich Operations Manager!

We are pleased to introduce our new Norwich Operations Manager, Martin Emms! New to the role but very much a part of the Shred Station furniture having been at the company for over eleven years, Martin was the ideal candidate for this position. Originally starting out in the company as a driver’s mate, Martin then.

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Illustration of Simon Shred at the doctor's

Simon Shred’s next adventure is here!

One of Simon Shred’s latest adventures saw him travelling to schools to teach children to protect their data and recycle. Now, Simon Shred is making his way to doctor’s offices, GP surgeries and other healthcare facilities to do the same. Simon Shred is teaching children about data protection! Data about our health is considered sensitive data and.

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Illustration of trees

Introducing our 10,000 tree challenge for 2022!

Shred Station’s team is taking on a new task. This year, they’re aiming to raise enough funds to plant 10,000 trees by the end of 2022. How will the 10,000 tree challenge work? Working with tree-planting partners across the globe, Shred Station has already planted trees across six continents. Our 10,000 tree challenge team will.

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Graphic illustration of office paper shredder

Why it could be time to retire your home or office shredder

Small home or office shredding machines may have been essential in the past. But, as technologies move on and people are more invested in their data and how it’s handled, home and office shredders have become a bit of an inconvenience for those who use them. If you or your business are still using an.

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What does it mean to be eco-friendly in the shredding industry?

What does it mean to be eco-friendly in the shredding industry?

What does it mean to be eco-friendly in the shredding industry? Here are some key signs you should look out for to establish whether a shredding company is taking environmental responsibilities seriously. Certifications to look out for Accreditations are probably one of the best things to look out for when trying to identify the environmental.

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