We talk a lot about what we do, and definitely spotlight about our shredding clients, but here’s a little insight into who Shred Alaska truly is.
Shred Alaska Corporate Responsibility gives us the opportunity to incorporate what matters to us as Alaskans, and connect that with our business model and our clients.
We know that without our clients that we would not be able to pull off the massive recycling efforts that we do on a monthly and yearly basis. We look forward to becoming your source for premium document destruction, as well as keeping Alaska even more beautiful. Shred Alaska provides more than Alaska Recycling Statistics, Check out our brand new monthly info-graphic stats on other ways our clients are helping us save Alaska’s beauty.
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.
Community Free Shred Events
We participate in “Secure Your ID” days in partnership with the Better Business Bureau each April and October in south-central Alaska and donate 100% of our services to provide a free method of secure destruction of sensitive materials to the residents and small businesses in our area.
Technology continues to evolve and drive changes in business processes. Today, electronic record keeping techniques outpace, and in many cases replace, paper-based techniques, for instance.
Social media is emerging as a valuable medium for engaging the audience. As part of our corporate social responsibility, we conduct consumer education programs to empower patrons with knowledge of modern practices. Consumers can not only learn about new developments in record keeping techniques but also become aware of the implications of the developments in their activities. These include legal requirements and environmental stewardship practices. Patrons are also welcome to participate in our annual events, in April and October, when we offer our services for no-obligation. Our team is happy to engage patrons on social media with relevant content as well as communicate directly and respond to queries or comments.
The Shred Alaska Blog has consistent content that is targeted for our business and retail consumers. It provides ongoing content that is relevant to our core business including topics such as “4 Tips to Prevent Identity Theft”, “Shred Alaska Hard Drive Destruction Process”, and
“Identity Theft: the Real Business Risks”.
Finally, we offer a Shred News monthly newsletter to keep our clients up to date about events, news, and how our business and partner businesses are helping to save trees and improving the carbon footprint of Alaska.
Do You Need Alaska Commercial Paper Shredding or Hard Drive Destruction?
If you are a business in any of these areas and need shred bins for your office contact Shred Alaska today to set up an free initial business consultation for services. Check out our A+ Better Business Bureau Alaska rating,our recycling stats! Shred Alaska is a premier document destruction service that is NAID certified.