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Burning. You can use a furnace to destroy large amounts of paper documents. Cutting and punching. Sometimes you may need to destroy a small amount of paper. Use water. Hire a disposal company.
Burning. You can use a furnace to destroy large amounts of paper documents. Cutting and punching. Sometimes you may need to destroy a small amount of paper. Use water. Hire a disposal company.
Burning. You can use a furnace to destroy large amounts of paper documents. Cutting and punching. Sometimes you may need to destroy a small amount of paper. Use water. Hire a disposal company.
How to completely destroy sensitive paper documentswithout shredding or burning. You'll need an old pair of panty-hose with no holes in them. One pair of panty-hose will be enough for two "treatments." Cut off a leg of the panty-hose. Put your documents into one leg of the panty-hose and knot it tightly closed.
If customers are concerned about scavengers going through their recycling at the curb, I would encourage them not to shred their sensitive documents, but rather to use them to wrap up food scraps and put them into the green bin for composting. Customers can also put shredded paper into the green bin for composting.
Tear the paper into six to eight vertical strips. Then take those strips and tear them into pieces no larger than one inch. Anything larger will be a security risk. After you complete your task, store the paper in a bag somewhere safe, such as a locked closet or office, until you can recycle it.
Take all the mail you don't want, tear it up into little pieces, put it all in an empty envelope, seal it, and toss it in the trash.
If you soak your documents in water, you'll typically render them impossible to read. You can rip them up a little bit, drop them in a bucket or a trash bag, and just set the hose on them. They will become so soggy that they'll stick together and fall apart if you pick them up.
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