How It Works
It starts with you
If you're in need of secure shredding services in east Tennessee or Knoxville area, we are always right around the corner. We offer free estimates, on-site professional one-time or recurring secure paper/document shredding, and a convenient drop-off location. We'll accommodate households and businesses within 50 miles of Knoxville, Tennessee. Once you contact Paper Bee Gone, we'll assess your needs and even schedule weekly, monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis, if needed.
You can count on Paper Bee Gone and our Team of trained shred professionals to provide highly secure and confidential shredding and document disposal services to our communities in East Tennessee.
Mobile Shredding Service near Knoxville
On Site - Done Right!
Paper Bee Gone uses a Shred-Tech Mobile Shred Vehicle for our on-site paper shredding services. Our state-of-the-art mobile shred vehicle, equipped with two cast aluminum shredders, has exceptional strength without the weight of steel. The shredders feature hub knives, high strength alloy shafts as well as two all-new patent-pending innovations: cast-in cleaning fingers and a bridgeless vibrating feed hopper.
Our shred size meets/exceeds industry standards, and we use a separate shredder during hard drive destruction. Our vehicle and doors are locked for complete protection while performing our services, and total destruction is achieved during each process.
After pick-up or drop-off, the chain of custody ends outside of your door. All documents and hard drives are destroyed on-site, which eliminates any security issues.
A notarized certificate of destruction is completed for each pickup with Paper Bee Gone to confirm the complete destruction of your material and for your legal records.
Wait, Where Do Our Shredded Materials Go?
We guarantee 100% of your shredded materials are recycled and stay out of our landfills. Paper Bee Gone partners with Westrock, Kimberly Clark and Georgia Pacific to ensure your paper is recycled into future hand towels, toilet paper and other “green” products. Hard drive material is recycled with other metal items at Junk Bee Gone in a partnership with PSC and Noble metals.