Free Confidential Documentation

The destruction of free confidential documentation represents a novel contribution booming consumption of recovered paper as raw material by the paper industry in Spain, amounted to 1.319.000 tons, against 1.232.300 in the same period of 2009. Destruction of confidential documentation disposable services have contributed to this increase, and can be hired for free with professional companies such as recycling Dolaf. The recycling of paper in Spain continues to grow and has reached a rate of recycling in the first half of 2010 of 77.3% compared to the same period of last year 73.6. 2.552.000 tons of recovered paper have been used in the production of 3.106.100 tonnes of paper during the first six months of the year, resulting in Europe higher utilization rate: 82.2% (source: ASPAPEL). Collection channels are varied and range from the separate collection at source by means of specific containers located on public roads, until the industrial collected through sophisticated equipment of compaction, or services such as confidential destruction of confidential documents that are increasingly common in fulfilment of the LOPD. In these confidential destruction services, the priority is the safety of the information contained in the useless documents that are discarded daily in any Office, or promptly when dealing with obsolete files who have fulfilled the statutory periods of custody.

In any case, it’s documentation, although it is no longer useful to their producers, maintaining intact all your printed information that may be confidential or include personal data protected by the organic law on data protection. Recycling Dolaf is a company specialized in the provision of such services, and has launched an ambitious campaign under the slogan sustainable security, which consists of performing free of charge the destruction in high security of all sensitive paper received at its facilities in Madrid. The destruction is carried out by the crushing tiny particulate matter adjusted to rule DIN32757, in the presence of the person concerned if he requires it, and concluding the process with the issuance of a certificate with details of the service.


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