• Business
    Document Destruction – Why is it important for your business?

    No matter what type of business you may be running, chances are that you have confidential information. If you have confidential information in any documents whatsoever, then document destruction simply must be something that you prioritize at all times. As rampant as identity theft is today, document shredding can be a first line of defense against any malicious entities that may be waiting for the right moment of carelessness to take advantage of. What a paper shredding services Dolphin Coast service does for you is far more than just disposing of the spare parchment idling around your place of business.

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    How Self-Cleaning Filters Can Improve Your Bottom Line

    Whether you’re using bag filters or a fixed mechanical filtration system, you can choose between manual and automatic industrial filters. Statistics indicate that automatic or self-cleaning filters now account for more than 99 percent of filters used for commercial and industrial purposes in Canada. With that in mind, let us consider the advantages that have […]

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    What You Should Know About Retail Displays

    Not using the right type of retail displays is the biggest mistake that shops make in today’s world. Canadian shoppers are extremely picky when it comes to making purchases. With more shoppers hoping to save money and stick to their budgets, you need in-store displays that catch their eyes and make them want to buy. Whether you own a shop that sells gifts, clothing, furniture or groceries, you can still make your shoppers stand up and take notice of your displays.

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    Leak Detection
    3 Factors Driving Leak Detection Industry Growth Despite Challenges

    While the leak detection industry is broad — spanning a number of different industries — including Oil & Gas and water management systems, the area in which the industry’s growth will be experienced most is the Oil & Gas industry. According to a recently released report, the leak detection market for the Oil & Gas industry is projected to reach $2.71 billion by 2020, with an estimated CAGR of 7.1 percent gauged from 2015 through 2020.