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Free Shredding Offer - Available now! Give us a call today on 08456011021 for further details
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Have you had a chance to check out our newly refreshed Premier Shredding website? Visit www.premiershredding.co.uk for all your home and business confidential waste and IT recycling needs. Or give our friendly team a call on 0845 601 0551.
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The number of people victim of identity theft is on the rise in the UK. Identity theft occurs when criminals abuse the personal data or identity details of an innocent victim to impersonate them or to create a fake identity in order to buy products or services. The best way to reduce your chances of this happening is to shred all documents at the office and at home containing sensitive information, i.e. your name, address, phone number, account details etc.

For more info about our services, please visit our website on www.premiershredding.co.uk or give our team a call on 0845 601 0551.
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Want to know about the latest recycling and cybercrime news? And what we're up to? Check out our Twitter page and follow us!

You can find us here
https://twitter.com/recyclePGR
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Morning,

Are you looking for document shredding and IT recycling services in England and Wales? All the paper we shred are sent to paper mills and turned into hand towels and tissue paper, and IT equipment is recycled as far as possible, ensuring hazardous material does not end up in landfill. You would be helping the environment, but also ensuring you comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 and lower your risk of sensitive data getting into the wrong hands.

Call our friendly team on 0845 601 0551 and book a collection today!
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Hello followers!

We wish you all the best for 2016 and hope you've had a great festive season. Don't forget to get organised for the New Year. If you are throwing out old papers let us help. We collect confidential documents in England and Wales and shred all documents the same day (if not, guaranteed within 24 hours!).

We help both businesses and domestic customers and no job is too small or big. Give us a call today to arrange the collection of your waste, and start the New Year off clutter free! You can reach our friendly team on 08456010551 who will be happy to help.
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Wishing all our followers a Merry Christmas and the best for 2016!
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We hope you have all been enjoying our Christmas advent calendar on our Twitter page.

If you haven't seen it yet, check it out @recyclePGR
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Check out our newly refreshed Premier Shredding website at www.premiershredding.co.uk for all your home and business confidential waste and IT recycling needs.

If you want to get a quote, call our friendly team on 0845 601 0551.
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Over the Christmas holiday season, people generate on average 25% more rubbish than normal. Even though more waste ends up in the blue bins in this period in comparison to the rest of the year, it is increasingly common for the wrong things to end up in those bins. It is vital to ensure you know what you can recycle and what isn’t recyclable.

Do you chuck all Christmas wrapping paper into the blue recycling bin? You may not be aware, but metallic wrapping paper for example is very difficult to recycle. Not knowing things like this can make it much more complicated for the people working through the rubbish.

There are many detailed guides online, but your local council website should have a guide of what you can and cannot recycle. Typically you can recycle the following in your blue lidded bins:
• cardboard
• paper (including wrapping paper, newspapers, magazines, junk mail)
• phone books and directories
• plastic bottles i.e. milk, squash, mineral water
• food tins, drink cans, metal sweet and biscuit tins
• empty aerosols i.e. deodorants, hair sprays, polish

There are also many ways to reuse the things you would normally recycle, take inspiration from the following points.

Reuse Christmas wrapping paper:
- Use old wrapping paper for cleaning windows. It does exactly the same job as newspaper, and leaves windows streak free! Remember though, that metallic wrapping paper does not leave windows streak free.
- Wrapping paper can be used in making lots of Christmas themed decorations. Take inspiration from the attached wintery street scene for your windows (see picture 1).

Reuse Christmas Cards
Approximately 1 billion cards will end up in landfill. The Royal Mail will deliver an estimated 150 million cards every day over the festive period. There are many creative ways you can reuse old Christmas cards. You can cut them into smaller shapes and reuse as new gift tags (see picture 2). Or you can make paper ball ornaments for your Christmas tree (see picture 3). (Link for how-to guide: http://bit.ly/1NrYZuh)

Remember to follow the three R’s over the Christmas period, reduce, reuse and recycle. Be clear on what you can and cannot recycle, but most important, have a wonderful Christmas!

Every day in December we will be sharing tips and tricks like these above, about recycling and online safety on our Twitter page. Make sure you follow us at @recyclePGR
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