Secure Shredding Services
Destruction to European Standard EN15713
Lombard Recycling was established in 1990 and has since become one of the UK's leading recycling, secure disposal and confidential shredding companies. We have the benefit of considerable experience - our parent company Nicholls & Pearce began recycling in 1956 and we follow in their very reputable footsteps. We are members of the BSIA (British Security Industry Association) & founder members of Nationwide Association for Information Destruction (UK) (NAID UK) and offer our customers a specialised service including:
- Shredding and secure disposal
- Document destruction
- Contracts for FCA and ICO compliance
- ISO 9001 & ISO14001 Accreditation
- Paper shredding of documents
- Mobile (On Site) shredding
- Confidential waste disposal - Deliver to Site Yourself
- Secure shredding - One Off Collections
- Shredding services for schools and colleges
Order Online - For ad hoc or one off collections our new online ordering service is available to private individuals and companies alike. Or for more information on our shredding services please call us on 0800 389 9309
31 October 2014
With hackers and cloud breaches making headlines recently, it has become all important to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to keep your data secure.
29 September 2014
Doing nothing to improve your company’s waste management is increasing not a viable option, financially and ethically. It harms the environment and is not a sustainable solution to waste. Developing your own company strategy for good waste management can benefit business and influence the rest of the supply chain to become more sustainable.
02 September 2014
The shredding of confidential documents and recycling in the workplace have been in discussion a lot recently, for both positive and negative reasons. Due to this, many people are becoming much more aware of protecting their personal details and are being alerted to the positive aspects of shredding old documents such as bank statements and old bills. If you do decide to shred these papers at home, although many councils are more than happy to take away the shredded paper along with other recyclable household waste, there are plenty of other more creative options for the re-use of the paper too.