If you have heard of something called the “waste hierarchy” you may be wondering what that means. It is the order of priority of actions to be taken to reduce the amount of waste generated, and to improve overall waste management processes and programs.
The waste hierarchy consists of 3 R’s as follows: The ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ Waste Hierarchy
Called the “three R’s” of waste management , this waste hierarchy is the guidance suggested for creating a sustainable life & environment. You might be wondering as to how can you incorporate these principles in your daily life. They are not hard to implement and we are there to help you making it easy. What you have to make sure to maintain a healthy & clean environment is –“By refusing to buy items that you don’t need, reusing items more than once and disposing the items that are no longer in use at appropriate recycling centers, you can contribute towards a healthier planet.“
In the age of sophisticaed cyber-attacks and data breaches, digital security continues to be a primary concern for businesses in every industry. To be effective, today’s security procedures must treat internal threats with the same level of importance as external threats. While it may not be the first thing that comes to mind, a key element of your overall digital security strategy is your plan for what you do with information when it’s no longer needed. Hard drive data destruction is a general term for the process of clearing all sensitive information from your computer hard drives and SSDs, and it’s an essential step for protecting your company and its customers.
There are three levels of hard drive data destruction that we perform to match customer requirements –