Lexington MA

Lexington MA residents and businesses can now take advantage of Neighborhood Parcel shredding services. Residential and business shredding service rates from 89¢ /Lbs. Whether you’re looking for a place to shred large amounts of paper for your business or personal use, you’ll want to be aware of the different options available to you. Some of these options involve off-site shredding, while others involve incineration in a furnace, fire pit, or metal trash drum. We do not recommend the burning option as it is not environmentally friendly and can be an annoyance to your neighbors. Shredding your documents, however, is 100% environmentally friendly. To book service, please call (978)636-0301 or Book Online

Off-site shredding vs on-site shredding

Getting rid of unwanted paper is a must for any business. However, there are many different solutions to choose from. One option is to hire a service provider to come to your location. This can be an expensive option, especially if you have a large number of documents to dispose of. Another option is to manage the shredding process in-house. This can save you money and improve productivity. However, the process can also be more complicated and may lead to price balloons.

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Off-site shredding can be done by a mobile shredding service or an equipment carrier. It is typically done by a large truck with an industrial shredder. It can be more secure than off-site shredding. It is also a lot more convenient. Another advantage of off-site shredding is that you can monitor the process. You can also get an auditable certificate of destruction. Off-site shredding is also less expensive than operating your own paper shredder. The best way to determine which option is right for you is to assess your needs. This can be done by determining the volume of paper you are disposing of.

History Of Lexington MA

Lexington is a suburban town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is 10 miles (16 km) from Downtown Boston. The population was 34,454 as of the 2020 census. The area was originally inhabited by Native Americans and was first settled by Europeans in 1641 as a farming community. Lexington is well known as the site of the first shots of the American Revolutionary War, in the Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775, where the “Shot heard ’round the world” took place. It is home to Minute Man National Historical Park.

Native Americans inhabited the area that would become Lexington for thousands of years prior to European colonization of the Americas, as attested by a woodland-era archaeological site near Loring Hill south of the town center. At the time of European contact, the area may have been a border region between Naumkeag or Pawtucket to the northeast, Massachusett to the south, and Nipmuc to the west, though the land was eventually purchased from the Naumkeag. The contact period introduced a number of European infectious diseases that would decimate native populations in virgin soil epidemics, leaving the area largely uncontested upon the arrival of large groups of English settlers in the Puritan Great Migration. In 1639, the Massachusetts General Court purchased the land that would become present-day Lexington, then within the boundaries of Cambridge, from the Naumkeag Squaw Sachem of Mistick.

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