Land Shark Shredding Blog

5 Reasons to #GoGreen with Land Shark Shredding

One of the most dire issues facing our world today is a need for renewable resources. Recycling waste is one of the best things we can do for the environment. Making plastics, fabrics and other things out of reusable materials is an important solution. Every time you shred your paper with Land Shark, you commit to a better…
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SURVEY: We Want to Know What You’re Thinking

There are too many imperfect things in life. Just flip on the news or survey your Twitter feed, and you’ll see. So many things are out of our control. Some days, it feels like nothing is going right, and all you want to do crawl into bed and give up.     Nobody has the time or…
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Did you know that we offer One-Time Purges?

If you’ve got a bunch of paper languishing in old boxes or filing cabinets, you become vulnerable to the possibility of a data security breach. Furthermore, you could face steep penalties such as fines and even jail time. Ain’t nobody got time for that! Fret not, friends. Land Shark Shredding can help! One-time purges are…
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Shred with Pokemon GO!

You probably heard a few things about a new smartphone app called “Pokemon Go” this past week. If you’re curious about what it is, “Pokemon Go” is an augmented reality video game that allows users to capture stylized animal characters in the world around them. If I go on a walk through my neighborhood down…
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Medical Waste Management Association debuting soon!

This week’s blog post correlates directly to last week’s discussion about HIPAA compliance. Companies responsible for handling secure information require oversight. Land Shark Shredding, and lots of other companies like us, abide by rules and regulations set by The National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). These rules are in place to ensure that your secure waste stays…
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What HIPAA Is and Why It’s Important

HIPAA is the acronym for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. It was passed by Congress in 1996. According to the California Department of Health Care Services, HIPAA grants us the ability to transfer and continue health care for ourselves and our families when we either change or lose jobs (1). HIPAA also “reduces health care…
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