As much as we might want to think we’re past the use of paper at the office and at home, we’re not. First of all, not everyone has entered the digital age. Some people still rely on printed items in order to keep records or pay bills or track accounts. And sometimes you have to print things, be they documents or timelines or organizational charts.
So as long as we have paper, we’ll also need to have a shredder. Even when we’re done with a piece of paper, we can’t necessarily just toss it, particularly if there’s sensitive information on that paper that someone could make use of for illegal or unethical purposes.So as long as we have paper, we’ll also need to have a shredder. Click To Tweet
You may have your favorite products, but since not everyone uses the same amount of paper or has the same type of information, not everyone needs the exact same kind of paper shredder. What they need depends on several factors, including space available and capacity required. How do you pick one? This infographic explains it.
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