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shredding

A short, light piece of timber, fixed as a bearer below the roof, forming a straight line with the upper side of the rafters.
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A senior employee of the currency management department of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), who did not wish to be identified, said Mumbai alone is likely to send to the shredding centres 70,000 to 80,000gunny bags full of demonetised notes+.
The company designs and builds shredding systems to meet the needs of numerous industries and applications.
The SKG series includes patent-pending RAD-AX Dual Shredding Technology, to obliterate difficult solids.
Iron Mountain's international shredding operations include eight shredding plants and approximately 90 mobile shredding units across the UK, Ireland and Australia.
We are helping to prevent identity theft by securely shredding confidential documents; we're recycling which is good for the environment and with the generous contributions able to make a contribution to a great organization.
Shredding is a permanent way to alleviate this problem.
According to Dennis Buckmaster, an associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering, Purdue University, by shredding corn stover, there is better access to cellulose, which is the main part of plant cell walls necessary to make ethanol.
In recognition of International Credit Union Day, GaPac Community FCU and Sound Shredding & Recycling Inc.
It will be immediately shredded, for free, on board the mobile shredding truck.
While the ultimate goal of most shredding companies is to land recurring business in the form of route customers that have signed service contracts, purge jobs can also be a lucrative source of income.
WALES' first mobile shredding company, South Wales Shredding, is offering people a chance to dispose of confidential waste - and help the planet at the same time.
Paper shredding has emerged as a new and growing bank marketing technique.