If you follow the Shred Alaska Recycle and Energy Stats for 2015 you noticed that we update our stats on a monthly basis. We were the first document destruction service to provide this information and wanted to show a transparent view of what our operations life cycle actually is. We’ve also have detailed info-graphics as to where the process of recycling occurs at the end of this process. Whether it’s commercial paper shredding, retail shredding, or hard drive destruction.
We determine our energy stats by using the formulas provided by the University of Southern Indiana for paper recycling facts.
All destroyed documents are recycled at the Anchorage Recycling Center, located at 6161 Rosewood St. in Anchorage, near the intersection of Dowling Road and the New Seward Highway. Questions about recycling procedures can be directed to them at (907) 562-2267.
Other recycling services are offered in Alaska, and we suggest you visit the Alaskans for Litter Prevention and Recycling (ALPAR) website for more information.
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