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Randy Miller
While there are numerous ways to address the need to handle large amounts of scrap cardboard and paper, baling and compacting are the most common. Cardboard and paper typically generated in large quantity from distribution centers, large retailers and liquor stores, printers, manufacturing facilities – and many other locations – has to be efficiently handled...
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Most companies have a privacy policy in place, most likely included in their Company handbook. They may even review this with their employees from time to time -and perform periodic training to reinforce the need to keep their confidential information “their business”, and to minimize the possible risk of a security breach. But are you...
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In 2014 the State of Massachusetts implemented an “Organic Waste Ban”, mandating that any organization that generates more than 2,000 lbs. per week of food waste must compost or repurpose. Repurposing can include utilizing as animal feed, or even energy generation through biogas recovery. This may sound like a simple way to divert material from...
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As a family owned business we are not a big supporter of government induced bans, regulations, or any other mandate that puts restrictions or has a negative impact on any business. San Francisco’s recent ban on Styrofoam starting 1/1/2017 is one regulation we can agree with – and fully support. Expanded polystyrene, (EPS), which is commonly...
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