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Why Should You Hire a Professional Rubbish Removal Company?

If waste is not removed and disposed of properly, it can give rise to a variety of problems. Not only can you receive citations and have to pay fines due to mishandling and improper removal of waste materials. 377 more words

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Broken a Fluorescent Tube? These Best Cleaning Practices Will Keep You Safe

Using a fluorescent tube or CFL light is becoming very common with households, corporate areas as well as commercial areas all over the world. The fact that it saves energy by 75% or more compared to an ordinary incandescent bulb is extremely attractive people who are genuinely worried about the environment. 373 more words

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Man accused of shredding documents needed for veterans' claims

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has been systematically shredding documents related to veterans’ claims — possibly affecting benefits for veterans, according to an investigation by the inspector general. 209 more words

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Protect yourself from identity theft: Community Paper Shred Day, Saturday, April 16 at Mentor Library

On Saturday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mentor Public Library invites Mentor residents and library patrons to bring documents to be shredded to the Main Library’s auxiliary parking lot at the corner of Mentor Avenue and Sharonlee Drive ( 160 more words

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Is Document Shredding Necessary?

Most organization produce a significant of documents. Even us as individual always produce all sort of paper documents. Such as bank statement, tax statement, rental agreement, college registration and many others. 446 more words

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Has tax season left you with endless boxes of files you need shredded?

Frustrated with fighting your household shredder? You can securely have your documents shredded and recycled at WCS Recycling’s North Vancouver drop-off depot! We assure you that it is a whole lot easier and satisfying to have one of our technicians dispose of your documents in minutes. 54 more words

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Entry 537: Rest in Pieces

I just e-sent my 2015 tax return, which means it’s time to destroy 2008.

I hate this annual annihilation. For one thing, dealing with old records often reminds me of stupid things we bought back then that we no longer have, or no longer use, or never used much in the first place.   847 more words

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