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 (NAID) 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
26 June 2014
A recent BBC discussion suggested that household waste should be collected through commingled and source-separated methods in an attempt to combat ‘green fatigue’, prompting the Confederation of Paper Industries to publicly voice their opposition to such measures.
03 June 2014
To ensure the protection of your company’s data, there are a number of critical steps that must be taken. A data security breach could have very serious implications, and could come from any part of your business, no matter how big or small. Personal data could be leaked from anyone in the company, or from something as simple as a coding error, like the Heartbleed bug.
09 May 2014
Figures recently released by Defra show that Britain’s recycling rate is at its highest ever figure, with a collaboration between local authorities showing that the combined recycling and composting rate reached 43.6% across the entirety of 2012 (up 0.6% on 2011).