Mar 22, 2014
City of Round Rock Free Shred Day - March 22, 2014
Feb 5, 2013
Patient information should be rendered unreadable. Here's why.
Dec 11, 2012
Balcones Shred joins forces with TxDot to help them celebrate Texas Recycles Day.
Jun 11, 2012
Balcones Shred - Austin is Hiring!
May 8, 2012
Balcones Shred will be participating in the 2012 Shred Day which will be held in the Austin High Parking Lot on May 19th.
Aug 23, 2011
The Dallas office needs an Office Admin to support Balcones Shred and Balcones Recycling.
Jul 20, 2011
Balcones Shred in Dallas needs a new Truck driver for their DFW routes.
Jul 1, 2011
Account Manager, Heather Shimala, talks with the Family Place
Mar 25, 2011
On Thursday, Solid Waste Services Director Bob Gedert urged the City Council to sign a long-term contract only with Balcones and to consider new pricing options from both companies after three years.
Feb 9, 2011
Balcones Shred in Austin to take part in FREE Shred event.
Nov 15, 2010
Now accepting applications for a Bilingual Traffic/Office Manager for our Dallas office.
Oct 12, 2010
Balcones Shred (Austin) now housed with Balcones Recycling.
Apr 15, 2010
Balcones Burner Bash was a Huge Success
Apr 1, 2010
New FTC Requirement Affecting Most Businesses, Starting June 1, 2010
Feb 26, 2010
Shred Day 2010
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
When it comes to your medical records, what if your health information was just tossed in a dumpster for anyone to read? Patient privacy rules in Texas require medical records be kept at least seven years. HIPAA also says personal health information cannot be disposed of in dumpsters accessible by the public unless the documents are rendered unreadable. With identity theft such a growing problem, experts say we all need to start questioning what we’re being asked to provide and why.
By Bettie Cross