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Fuju Xerox Introducing Paper Shredder with Recycling

| Thursday March 2nd, 2006 | 7 Comments

shredder.jpgIt seems perfectly obvious that any old shredder could be placed atop the recycling bin, but evidently, if you want super top-secret shredding, the paper fibers are typicially damaged beyond the point of being easily recycled. So… according to my favorite Japanese news source (Japan for Sustainablity) Fuji Xerox had solved the problem with something called the Trust-Eco 1500 which not only shreds paper beyond recognition at an astonishing rate, it’s also low on power consumption, and the fibers remain inintact enough to be recycled. Interesting!


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  • http://www.ecofriend.org/entry/paper-shredder-with-recycling-by-fuju-xerox/ Ecofriend

    Paper Shredder with Recycling by Fuju Xerox

    Any old shredder could be placed atop the recycling bin, but evidently, if you want super top-secret shredding, the paper fibers are typically damaged beyond the point of being easily recycled.
    According to Japanese news source, Japan for…

  • http://www.shredderwarehouse.com paper shredders

    Most of those documents chopped up with shredders cannot be recycled, ending up to be just burnt up. Fuji Xerox developed a novel “tear and crush system,” and realized preservation of security in document processing and ability of recycling paper document at the same time.

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    I dont know but why i don find such informative and profitable blogs so often,I suspect blogging world is becoming so small that we cant find such lucrative blogs like this one.

  • http://www.shredderwarehouse.com/shredders.html franklin parker

    It’s also low on power consumption, and the fibers remain inintact enough to be recycled. Interesting!

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    Destroyit shredder only way to keep you secrets and important information secure is to shred documents before they leave your control.

  • Tina helen

    Fuji Xerox developed a novel “tear and crush system,” and realized preservation of security in document processing and ability of recycling paper document at the same time.

  • http://www.shredderwarehouse.com Brian parker

    Changing paper that has been treated as burnable trash into resources to be utilized effectively.