Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management

Saint Clair Dr.
FL 34243

Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management

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Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management, Inc. (SSBRM) is committed to providing the highest level of offsite document storage & management services. Since 1994, SSBRM has helped clients reduce costly capital investments and expenditures associated with storing and managing information while providing dependable and committed customer service. Through the combination of skilled experience, expert staff, and state of the art facilities and systems, SSBRM ensures the highest level of protection for your business data.

As a green business partner, Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management is committed to protecting the environment. The company is actively involved in multiple recycling programs. All internal documents and paper waste is shredded onsite and recycled. Locally, paints and cleaners are sent to the Sarasota County recycling center. They communicate their environmental commitment to employees and encourage employees to suggest new conservation ideas and programs.

SSBRM is not only making a difference in Sarasota County. At their records management facility in Clearwater Florida, they have installed a 100 kW solar array. The more than 400 PV panels demonstrate the corporate-wide commitment to reducing their environmental impacts. Additionally, SSBRM shredded and recycled 6.9 million pounds of paper companywide in 2013.

Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management became a Sarasota County Green Business Partner in 2014. The Green Business Partnership (GBP) encourages environmental stewardship in the commercial sector, and recognizes businesses that make an extra effort to operate in an environmentally responsible manner. This collaborative effort includes businesses, business organizations and local governments. The GBP was initiated through a grant awarded by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to Sarasota County. For more information about the Green Business Partnership visit:


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