Paper records and electronic devices often are among the items damaged by rain or flood water, and organizations must determine whether and how to restore these documents or to securely destroy them. NAID says it recently published two articles describing the disposition of wet records and how to handle moldy records.
NAID CEO Robert Johnson says, ”In the event wet paper records are old enough to discard, disposing of them in a secure and safe manner is still a struggle. On the other hand, if the records have not reached their legal disposal date, there are still some basic steps that allow organizations to avoid problems due to their loss.”
Link to this Secured Business Destruction Magazine article: