Companies looking for alternatives to costly on-site shredding services are turning to Fox River Fiber for a secure and confidential method for document destruction.
Fox River Fiber, an industry leader in the de-inking of post-consumer wastepaper and turning it into high-quality pulp, offers a solution in which the De Pere, Wisconsin-based firm actually pays companies for their unshredded documents.
“We are able to extend the life of a fiber multiple times if the paper has not been shredded,” explains Ted Heimerman, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Fox River Fiber. “Shredding cuts the fibers, meaning we achieve better fiber retention if the paper is left whole.”
The resulting high-quality pulp is used in the production of printing and writing grades, as well as packaging-grade papers. This cost-neutral solution to document destruction carries the possibility of profit for companies disposing of larger volumes of documents.
Fox River Fiber is certified by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), the standards-setting body for the industry. The company receives in documents under a lock-and-seal program at its secure facility and provides a letter of destruction for client records.
Fox River Fiber earned the Business Friend of the Environment award from Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce in 2011. The company is one of the only suppliers of FDA-grade recycled pulp in the United States.
Call Ted Heimerman at 920-347-4430 to discuss your organization’