CINCINNATI, OH — As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, Cintas Corporation today announced it exceeded its goal of shredding 400 tons of paper in April by 55 percent, according to a story.
The total amount of recycled material saved 10,506 trees, 1,854 cubic yards of landfill space, 2,427,000 kilowatts of energy, 1,236 barrels of oil and 4,326,000 gallons of water, the story noted.
Cintas truly values the corporate and community partners that made it possible to execute the 183-events held nationwide, the story stated.
"This achievement speaks to our dedicated partners and the local communities who participated in our shred events," said Pamela Coleman, Director of Supplier Diversity & Corporate Sustainability, Cintas.
Cintas provides cost-effective document shredding, storage and imaging programs. Its services are designed to provide businesses with data privacy and security, compliance with regulatory requirements and greater control and access to information, the story added.
For more information on Cintas'' document management programs, please visit www.cintas.com/documentmanagement.
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