Paper Recycling to Save Australia’s Environment

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Melbourne Document Services supports environment protection efforts in Australia by launching their paper recycling and shredding services to hundreds of offices in the country that use paper.

Australia discards over 1,000,000 tonnes of paper annually. The company pledges to contribute in conserving trees made into paper by offering their paper recycling services. "Document recycling process can save 14 trees, the same number of trees it takes to absorb the carbon dioxide from your car every year.", as stated by the MDS head. Common tips on tree conservation also include having a paper bin beside any photocopying machine. This has said to be effective in reducing paper waste by 90%.

The paper recycling process involves firstly, the secured acquisition of paper documents, confidential or not, from your office to be picked by the trained staff of MDS. This is the security checked team transporting your paper materials to the secured recycling facility. This step has prevented lots of companies from having their confidential documents falling into the wrong hands. Once documents are shredded, the team then provides you with a Certificate of Destruction. After which, the shredded materials are then recycled into usable paper once again - a big step towards environment protection.

Other services being offered by the company in support of environmental protection, and efficient paper management are the following:

Lockable Security Bins
Security Bags
Office Paper Management
Archive Box Destruction
X-Ray Destruction
Media Destruction
Paper Recycling
Document Scanning
Secure Document Cabinet
Plastics Recycling

Melbourne Document Services is a 100% Australian-owned family business that aims to provide fast, efficient, and secure paper recycling services and security bins to offices and firms in Australia. The advantage of MDS is their reliable secured services that protect confidential data being handed over to the wrong hands. The company also gears toward supporting environmental protection by recycling shredded paper for second use.

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