RW Lone Star Security

We are committed to providing secure paper shredding,
hard drive and media destruction, and reliable document management.

Paper Shredding Service

Our comprehensive document management systems cover these areas:

Drop Off Shredding

Some companies prefer to come to our physical location to drop off documents and items to be shredded or destroyed.

On-demand Shredding

Smaller businesses may not need regular shredding services, but instead, prefer to call RW Lone Star when they have enough documents to warrant a shredding service.

Hard drive destruction

Many businesses don't realize that deleted information on hard drives can be recovered if the hard drive itself is not destroyed.

Specialty Shredding

Sensitive data and information are not limited to paper or electronic media. There are many forms of proprietary information.

Physical Storage

We provide secure collection carts and consoles for your organization to store documents or devices that contain sensitive information until you drop it off to us or we come to your location to properly and securely dispose of it.

Document Scanning

If you need a digital record of your documents, RW Lone Star offers document scanning services to keep your business up to date in the digital age.

Document Shredding

Industries Served

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Our Address

2904 S. General Bruce Drive, Temple, Texas, 76504.

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Document Shredding FAQ

Can you recycle shredded paper?

Yes you can. Every document that we shred is sent to a recycler where it will be bleached, pulped, and made into a re-useable product.

What is secure document destruction?

We address secure document destruction by providing you a locked container, free of charge, in which to place your confidential information. On a scheduled basis, our drivers will arrive at your business or residence and empty the contents of the container into one of our shredding trucks where each document is shredded before we leave your location.

What are the document destruction guidelines?

Our guidelines, which are prescribed by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) include placing documents in a locked and secure container which are shredded on a routine and scheduled basis. Additionally, the service professionals who service the containers and do the shredding are background checked and drug tested.

What is your document destruction policy for nonprofits?

Our document destruction policy for nonprofits are the same as for any private business or government entity that we service. Some nonprofits may qualify for discounted service.

Is shredding paper bad for the environment?

The way we shred paper, it is not. All paper that we shred is sent to a competent recycler where it is eventually turned into products like cardboard and napkins. This process saves trees, water, and oil.

What is the point of shredding paper?

Shredding protects your most confidential information which, in the wrong hands, could lead to devastating personal or business loss. Shredding reduces such information to a state where it cannot be read or understood.