Boxes of unused or confidential print materials don’t only take up space; they’re also a liability.
So what do you do with paper and print materials that can’t be thrown away? When it comes to disposing of your print materials, security is a priority.
Quincy Recycle can safely and securely shred your bulk print materials and books, so you don’t have to worry about sensitive or obsolete information getting into the wrong hands. Our facilities have state-of-the-art shredding equipment specially designed to shred paper, cardboard, and even hardcover books. We work with various industries to ensure their products and paper waste are properly safeguarded and destroyed throughout our entire waste management process.
Businesses around the country trust us to handle their waste streams. Let’s take a look at a few of the mass-production industries that commonly partner with Quincy Recycle for secure unboxing, shredding, and recycling services.
Testing materials, misprinted booklets, and obsolete educational materials aren’t items you want floating back into the market. When these materials aren’t properly shredded or destroyed, they can be unethically used or sold back to consumers.
Quincy Recycles handles the unboxing, shredding, and recycling of educational materials to ensure they’re properly destroyed and disposed of in a sustainable manner. Companies that manufacture these materials are ideal partners for us because we can handle thousands of pounds of paper waste at a time. Our trucks and secure processes ensure that your bulk print waste that is no longer meant for the consumer market never makes it back into circulation.
Wholesalers often find themselves storing old marketing materials, outdated product catalogs, and unsold magazines or books.
As these materials accumulate into a significant volume of waste, they begin to take up valuable warehouse space. Materials with product prices or sensitive information can’t be thrown away. Wholesalers rely on Quincy Recycle for secure unboxing and shredding of confidential materials.
Our goal is to provide our customers with hassle-free waste stream management. Convenient pickup and drop-off times are scheduled to accommodate schedules as much as possible. Your team won’t need to unbox any of the print material before it makes its way to us. Our customers have the peace of mind knowing that their materials are securely unboxed and destroyed all in the same facility.
Publishing companies handle a wide variety of print materials, many of which may contain sensitive or proprietary information. Misprints, damaged books, overstock books, and proofs and test prints can accumulate into large quantities of paper waste over time.
When these materials are no longer needed, they must be disposed of in a secure and confidential manner. Product destruction prevents any potential data breaches or unauthorized distribution of content. Large publishing companies without a secure channel for waste management are vulnerable to content leaks, potentially threatening future revenue and brand integrity.
Secure product destruction ensures these items are completely destroyed. This prevents them from entering unauthorized channels and protects the publisher’s brand and intellectual property rights. Bulk trademarked or copyrighted materials are commonly sent to Quincy Recycle for complete unboxing, shredding, and recycling services.
Why You Should Partner with Quincy Recycle for Unboxing, Shredding, and Recycling
At Quincy Recycle, we have spent nearly fifty years establishing partnerships with education, publishing, and bulk paper waste companies across the nation. Our customers trust us to handle, destroy, dispose, and recycle their sensitive print materials.
Not all industrial recycling companies are created equally. We strive to provide the highest quality and most secure product destruction services available on the market. From the moment the excess print material arrives to our facility, it is expertly handled, unboxed, shredded, and baled until it is safely loaded on a truck and on its way to a paper mill.
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