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FREE Community Shred Days!

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Nearly 32,000 pounds, or 16 tons of paper was shred and recycled on Saturday, October 20th, as part of our free community shred day. It is estimated that each ton of recycled paper can save 17 trees, which means that about 272 trees were potentially saved because of the event.

2,000 pounds of food was also collected during the event to benefit local food pantries. Thank you to everyone who joined us and donated!

Check back soon for our next Community Shred Day date, time and locations!

How much can be shredded?

There is a 2 box maximum per person.

Will my documents be shredded on site?

Yes, all documents will be shredded in the truck on site in front of you.

What can be shredded?

All paper, including: Invoices, timecards, contracts, tax returns, insurance records, legal documents, leases, computer printouts, customer lists, sales figures, sealed bids, statements, balance sheets, personnel records, newspapers, magazines, junk mail

Staples, rubber bands, folders, paper clips do NOT need to be removed!

Please no food waste, paper plates or paper towels.

If you are unsure of an item, please call Shred-it at (781) 784-2350.

What to Toss and When

Bank statements, credit card bills, canceled checks and other documents can be useful for tax purposes, as proof of a transaction or payment, or for other reasons. But how long should you keep them? Learn more

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Once identity thieves have your personal information, they can drain your bank account, run up charges on your credit cards, open new utility accounts, or get medical treatment on your health insurance. Learn more

For more information about our Shred Day, contact our Customer Solutions Center at (800) 475-2265 or by email at .