- Locked bin(s) are provided to you at your service location
- At your time of service, a professional will securely remove the material to the on-site shred truck.
- Once the material has been destroyed we will return the emptied bin and provide you with a Certificate of Destruction.
One Time and Purge Service
- Our service representative will arrive at your preferred location.
- All boxes of material are emptied into a secured bin and taken to the mobile shredding unit.
- The material is shredded right there on-site ensuring the highest level of protection against your documents getting into the wrong hands.
Drop Off Service
- Drop off at our Marble Falls headquarters
- Bring in your material to be shredded.
- Place your paper inside the locked container where it is secured until time of shredding.
- Our mobile shredding unit picks up material where it is shredded on-site.
- Certificate of Destruction is emailed to you provided at the time you dropped off your paper.
Key Items to Consider When Selecting a Document Destruction Service
- Does the company meet and exceed all of the requirements related to HIPAA, FACTA and HITECH?
- How do they keep up with all the current security concerns and knowledge of the industry?
- Does the company drug test and background check current employees? Does the company have employee’s insured against dishonesty and theft?
- Does the company have on-site mobile shredding capabilities or do they shred at an off-site facility?
- Does the company have the capable equipment for your volume?
Scheduled service is provided to customers on a regular basis either bi-weekly or monthly depending on specific needs. A one-time service is for either businesses or individuals who have a minimal amount of material to be disposed of. Purge services are for those who have larger amounts, usually 40 or more file boxes of paper to be shredded. Whether you have 10 or 10,000 boxes to be destroyed, we can handle it!
Drop Off Location at Marble Falls Headquarters
Conveniently drop off at our Marble Falls headquarters providing a safe and easy way to securely dispose of small amounts of paper.
Order your ShredSack fill it with documents, seal it, call us and we will come and shred it. No more dealing with home shredders that constantly jam and make messes. No more opening envelopes or pulling out staples. Your time is important and the ShredSack frees you from the daunting task of shredding yourself. With the easy seal tab your material remains secure in the ShredSack until it is completely destroyed. Our job is to protect your information from getting out and into the wrong hands. We know how frustrating it can be to sit and shred those unwanted papers. Just toss it in the ShredSack! Once it’s full call to schedule your pick up service and we shred the whole bag. It’s seriously that easy.
When you shred documents yourself they are not recycled and usually end up in a lanfill. All material in the ShredSack is recyclable, that means 100% of the paper you put in the ShredSack is recycled. Doesn’t it feel good to be green? We think so!
To get your ShredSack call us at (830) 637-7204 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Over the past decade we have seen a significant increase in the security measures taken in not only the medical field but in other business sectors to protect individual privacy. These measures have helped fuel the shredding industry. It is extremely important for Condor Document Services to comply with all the regulatory policies and procedures. With laws such as FACTA, which applies to almost every person and business in the United States, it is critical that individuals meet requirements or they risk potentially severe penalties. FACTA requires the destruction of all consumer information before it is discarded. By following the NAID requirements Condor Document Services ensures that your information is handled in compliance with FACTA.
Using Condor Document Services not only complies with the FACTA law but is the preferred method of disposing of health information which falls under the HIPAA and HITECH laws.
What is FACTA?
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act is a new federal law designed to reduce the risk of consumer fraud and identity theft created by improper disposal of consumer information. FACTA applies to virtually every person and business in the United States.
What is HIPAA?
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a Federal Law to prevent abuses of personal health information (PHI), including unauthorized access. It is administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and it is enforced by the U.S. Office of Civil Right. To learn more about Health Information Privacy click link below.
What is HITECH?
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinic Health has been effective since February 2011 and included several changes to HIPAA including mandatory fines, data breach notification rules, investigations, a new Business Associates Agreement and destruction policies. To learn more about HITECH click here.
What is Texas Shred Law 698?
Texas Shred Law 698, The Texas Information Disposal Act, House Bill 698 (HB 698), amends the Texas Business and Commerce Code. Document retention and disposal requirements that require businesses to shred, erase or destroy by other means prior to disposal all business records with “personal identifying information.” The act applies to information whether it is from consumers or employees and covers all records created before, on or after the effect date of the act. This act specifically covers destruction, requiring that any and all information that could be used to commit the crime of identity theft be securely destroyed. This includes destruction of Social Security numbers, government issued identification numbers, financial account numbers, birth dates, email addresses and other information.
What is GLB?
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act places significant restrictions on the use of customer information by those in the financial industry. These restrictions recognize that non-public personal, financial and health information must be safeguarded and include proper disposal procedures. To learn more about Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act click link below.