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Beccles firm tackles mountains in Suffolk homes

PUBLISHED: 15:57 29 April 2020 | UPDATED: 15:57 29 April 2020

Citrus Shredding have launced their new Mountains into Molehills service. PHOTO: Ferini Media

Citrus Shredding have launced their new Mountains into Molehills service. PHOTO: Ferini Media

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A Beccles-based business is looking to conquer the mountains of Suffolk during the coronavirus pandemic.

Citrus Shredding, a confidential waste company working across the county, have launced a new service to tackle the mountains of confidential paperwork stored at home.

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The Mountains into Molehills service offers customers a secure panier to store such items, which will be collected and securely disposed of every four months.

Managing director Jules Shorrock said: “Our research suggests that there are likely to be thousands of households in Suffolk, including a growing number of businesses being run from home, with mountains and mountains of confidential paperwork and other items, some that have been steadily growing for years.

“As well as being a waste of valuable space, such storage comes with a number of security risks, including identity theft.”


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