Paper Shredding Oklahoma

Paper shredding and document destruction for Northeast Oklahoma including Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Bixby, Sand Springs and Owasso. Doclock also operates a portable shredding truck for remote jobs. http://DocLocktulsa.com

7 Common Waste Myths, Debunked

When it comes to trash and recycling, it can be difficult to determine what’s fact and what’s fiction. To separate the truth from the garbage, let's look at these myths...

The Fear of Identity Theft is Increasing Year Over Year

According to a recent study by Generali Global Assistance, worry about identity theft is now on par with common concerns such as illnesses and car accidents. In fact, more people are becoming concerne

Landfill or Sustainable Business Park? Michigan County Considers the Question

Rather than expanding a landfill that is expected to run out of room for more trash by 2030, a Michigan county hopes to build a sustainable business park on the land originally planned for landfill ex

Protecting Natural Capital: Q&A with Tetra Pak’s Elisabeth Comere

Elisabeth Comere, director of environment and government affairs for Tetra Pak, discusses natural capital and the packaging company’s approach to recycling.

Supermarket Chain Expands Food Waste Digester Pilot Program Following Cost Savings

Asian grocery chain T&T Supermarkets Inc. is expanding its pilot project of operating an on-site food digester system to treat organic waste generated by one of its supermarkets. Previously, the

HSBC Commits to $100B in Sustainable Financing and Investment

HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services institutions, has committed to provide $100 billion in sustainable financing and investment by 2025.

Leading Commercial Real Estate Owners Exhibit Progress toward Water, Carbon Reductions

Some of the world's leading commercial real estate owners and managers are making significant progress in reducing water usage, carbon emissions and energy consumption, as they work to mitigate the ri

A Quick Guide on How Long to Keep Sensitive Documents Before Shredding Them

We all have important documents we’re holding on to for dear life. Often, we don’t even ask the question, “When is it time to shred these?” If you have a filing cabinet at home, filled with ol

doclock

We are a non-profit organization that provides document destruction/paper shredding and cardboard recycling services to the Tulsa Area. We provide employment o

3D Printing – Environmentally Friendly or Not – Is Coming to a Manufacturer Near You

The potential implications for 3D printing in terms of the environment are still not fully known, according to a special issue of Yale’s Journal of Industrial Ecology. But despite uncertainties, the

Gatesway offering free paper shredding on Thursday | Metro & Region | tulsaworld.com

Paper can be taken to either of the agency's paper shredding locations.

Boston Officially Moves Forward with Zero Waste, Hires Consultant and Forms Advisory Committee

The city of Boston has moved forward with its zero waste plan by hiring a consultant. The city announced last spring that it would be pursuing a zero waste plan and spending up to $150,000 for consult

Environmental Management Success Goes Hand-in-Hand with Innovative Products

Technological advances, combined with the continued environmental efforts of organizations large and small, have continued to drive the growth of various environmental management equipment markets. Wh

Veolia’s New Lamp Recycling Facility Helps Ontario Industry Comply with Regulations

Industrial and commercial businesses in Canada's Ontario region must prepare to comply with provincial regulations banning lamps from landfill disposal by 2020. With that regulation in mind, Veolia

New Medicare Cards to Protect Senior Citizens from Identity Theft

We talk about identity theft protection a lot. Why wouldn’t we? We’re in the business of destroying your most sensitive information, further protecting you from identity theft. But not all sensiti

The Equifax Data Breach

One of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies, Equifax, exposed 143 million American’s sensitive and personal information in a data breach. The breach lasted from mid-May through July.

India’s Informal Market

India’s informal electronic market is influenced by hundreds of thousands of people who collect unregistered recycled goods. Over 90 percent of India’s e-scrap enters the informal sector for proce

Training Staff in HIPAA Regulations

Most breaches of protected health information (PHI) are related to human error, underscoring the need for medical practices to develop and maintain rigorous training programs for employees so they com

Correctly Destroy Your Digital Property

When it comes to information that is stored on a disk or hard drive, information will not be safe just by breaking it in half or taking a hammer to it. The National Institute of Ecology and Climate Ch

Shred Day – Monroe Charter Township Hall – August 1, 2017

August 1, 2017 Monroe Country #2 3:00pm-7:00pm Monroe Charter Township Hall

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Americans have been recycling paper for more than 300 years. The average office worker in the U.S. uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. That’s 4 million tons of copy p

Corporate Recycling Programs

For some companies packaging is the largest part of their environmental footprint. “There’s a difference between things being recyclable and actually being recycled,” says Gerry Fishbeck, Vice P

Are You Looking for Custom Kitting Solutions? Then Look No Further…

Custom kitting can be viewed as the process by which your business "touches" prospects, customers and others who make your business successful. Kitting...

SMB Tax Season: Would Your Business Pass an IRS Audit?

If you run or work at a small business, you know there are many perks. From the close relationships to the opportunities to take on new skills and roles, there’s a lot to appreciate. However, there

HIMs in the Driver Seat: Accelerating Data Integrity Efforts

Early on in EMR implementation it was all about getting up and running to realize the incentive payments offered by the government. How could legacy information be cost-effectively uploaded into the n

6 Points of Vulnerability in Your Healthcare Organization

Far too many people think that if they’ve bought a firewall or anti-virus protection that they do not need to worry about security anymore. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  In healthcare

Leading the way to data quality

This year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference had another record-setting year for attendance, with over 40,000 attendees present in Orlando, FL. Since i

Leading the Way to Quality Data

Having worked in Health Information for over 39 years, I recently had an opportunity to speak with Health Information students at Cuyahoga Community College. The theme of my talk were the changes I ha

AWS Outage Shows How Little Control Cloud Users Have

On Tuesday, February 28th, Amazon Web Services (AWS) had a service disruption that affected its Simple Storage Service (S3) which supports over 150,000 websites. According to the NPR and the Wall Stre

Custom Kitting and Booklets: Cut the Clutter and Make a Good Impression

When your customers inquire about your product or service, they don't want a stack of unrelated literature, that's why custom kitting and booklets are...

The Don’t Do It Yourself Movement: Why You Should Outsource Certain Records Management Responsibilities

Just for a moment, imagine the worst thing that could happen to your business. No, we’re not talking about your mother-in-law stopping by unannounced. We’re talking about a legitimate legal or fin

Do Your Point of Purchase Displays “ATTRACT” Customers?

In a competitive retail environment, creative use of point-of-purchase displays can set you apart from the dull roar of conventional installations....

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