Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 28, 2010
Businesses in need of secure document disposal in College Station, Beaumont, and East Texas have a new solution: Houston-based Texas Security Shredding has recently expanded its service area in Texas. Texas Security Shredding is a single-source solution for the destruction of sensitive documents, hard drives, and electronic media. The company has served the greater Houston area for over 20 years.
They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. They aren’t kidding.
When it comes time to toss out sensitive business documents -- bank, financial, and medical records; personnel files; business plans and trade secrets -- you need more than just trash disposal. You need a secure and professional solution to keep your company, your clients, and your business partners safe from dumpster-diving treasure hunters.
For over 20 years, Texas Security Shredding has provided mobile document shredding services to Houston-area businesses. All shredding is done on-site with client supervision and in accordance with HIPAA and FACTA regulations, helping to keep medical and banking facilities in compliance. In addition to its traditional paper shredding services, Texas Security Shredding offers hard drive and electronic media shredding.
“We actually shred hard drives because conventional formatting and degaussing simply doesn’t guarantee that the information has been destroyed,” says Larry Cockman, senior vice president at Texas Security Shredding. “Once the hard drive has been destroyed, we recycle all the pieces to ensure that the final disposal of these materials is handled in a responsible manner.”
And now, you don’t have to do business in Houston to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a document shredding service. Starting in June 2010, Texas Security Shredding is expanding its on-site document shredding services to include College Station, Beaumont, and other parts of East Texas.
“We’ve just acquired two large clients in Beaumont and College station, so it only made sense to expand our business,” says Cockman. “We’re really looking forward to building up our client base in East Texas.”
Cockman says in addition to the company’s expanded service area, Texas Security Shredding has earned certification from the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), an organization that sets standards for secure information destruction services world-wide. Texas Security Shredding is proud to offer the NAID certification, which clients can now use as a requirement when choosing a destruction vendor.
About Texas Security Shredding
Since 1986, Texas Security Shredding has provided secure, professional document shredding services for clients in a wide range of industries. The management team at Texas Security Shredding team has a combined 55 years of experience in information management, and Texas Security Shredding is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and Historically Underutilized Business (HUB). To learn more about Texas Security Shredding, please visit http://www.texassecurityshredding.com, email info(at)texassecurityshredding(dot)com, or call 281-328-2366 (toll-free 800-308-2366).