How should individuals prepare their shred to bring in for the Community Shred Day?We're taking measures to offer safe, no-contact service at Community Shred Days for the fall of 2020. Attendees are asked to bring documents in the trunk or cargo area of your vehicle, remain in your vehicle at all times and enjoy the free, full-service event. Event staff will wear face masks or shields, unload your documents, place them in shred bins and load them into the mobile shred truck.
Additional items to note include:
- Each individual can bring a maximum of two containers of confidential documents to shred, with a maximum of 25 pounds per container.
- Consider documents that contain sensitive information (name, address, social security numbers, account numbers etc.) that you no longer need. These documents could include old utility invoices, bank statements, medical records and credit cards offers.
- Place paper documents in totes or boxes, with a maximum of 25 pounds per container
- Staples, paper clips, rubber bands and folders do not need to be removed from documents
- Check boxes and checkbooks can be shredded. Checks do not need to be ripped out of the checkbook
- Please remove three-ring type binders
All information provided through this site is intended to be accurate. However, there may be inaccuracies from time to time which we will make every attempt to correct immediately.