Did you operate any European funded projects during 2000 to 2006?
Date published: 21/11/2017
Are you aware that a number of these projects have now formally closed? Please click this link for the range of projects that have officially closed. If you operated one of these projects, you would now need to destruct the confidential documents you have been storing for many years, to ensure that you comply with the Data Protection Act and forthcoming GDPR.
The Social Enterprise, ELITE Paper Solutions will be able to collect, shred and recycle your confidential documents, to enable you to meet your data protection compliance needs, with prices from as little as £2.09 (plus VAT) for the shredding of a bag of confidential waste. There is no no minimum collection level and don’t charge any additional fees for collection or recycling, with an aim of recycling 100% of waste paper.
As a new or existing customer, please contact Ian Thomas or Tom Sung on 01443 692061 or E: e-mail email@example.com
Members of BAVO that contact ELITE Paper Solutions before the 21 December 2017 will receive a 10% discount if they quote EURO 2006.
Likewise, you may currently be operating an European Project or storing information of previous projects. Elite Supported Agency can also assist you with this through our storage facilities, which can either consist of the storage of physical documents or the scanning of documents enabling you to retain them on site, whilst physically stored in a separate location.
These costs are claimable for up to 13 years within the overheads of the majority of European Projects operating in Wales. With prices as low as £4.50 per annum for storage or £60 for scanning, all exclusive of VAT, they can tailor their services to your needs. If members make contact regarding this aspect of our services, we will also offer the 10% discount, where contact is also made prior to the 21 December 2017.
For further details contact Andrea Wayman, Chief Executive Officer, T: 01443 226664 / 07966 620123 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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