NAID-Certified Operations Turn Unwanted Documents Into Reusable Pulp
DE PERE, Wis. – Certified shredding providers and other companies looking to safely fulfill document destruction requirements are using the secure facilities of Fox River Fiber to turn wastepaper into reusable pulp.
Fox River Fiber, an industry leader in the de-inking of post-consumer wastepaper, offers the environmentally friendly alternative as a financially positive option for truckloads of wastepaper.
“Our entire unloading bay is a secure area, allowing locked semitrailers to unload their cargos directly into our de-inking and pulping operations,” said Ted Heimerman, Vice President of Sales. “Our processes provide another layer of security in document destruction.”
Fox River Fiber holds certification through the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). NAID is the standards-setting body for the information destruction industry. The NAID’s AAA Certification Program is a voluntary program for NAID member companies providing information destruction services.
In addition to its status as an industry leader in the de-inking of post-consumer wastepaper, Fox River Fiber earned the Best Places to Work Award from the Pulp and Paper Manufacturers Association (PPMA) in 2013 and the Business Friend of the Environment award from Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce in 2011.
For more information on Fox River Fiber’s document destruction services in Wisconsin, contact Ted Heimerman, Vice President of Sales, at 920-347-4430.
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