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Free Shred and Recycle Event for Raleigh Residents will be Rescheduled

Raleigh free shred and recycle event will be rescheduled

Raleigh residents and small businesses will get an opportunity to protect themselves from identify theft by disposing confidential documents at a shred event on Saturday, April 18th, from 9 a.m. to noon at Dorothea Dix Park.

Raleigh residents and small businesses will get an opportunity to protect themselves from identify theft by disposing confidential documents at a shred event on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. till 12 noon. They will also be able to bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

Where: 

Wilders Grove Solid Waste Services Facility

630 Beacon Lake Drive, Raleigh NC

Here’s what you need to know to participate in a shred and recycle event:

• Bring up to three boxes or bags of documents per person. Boxes should be no larger than “banker boxes,” or about 24 inches long, 12 inches wide and 10 inches deep.

• Please only bring paper that should be shredded. Before participating in a shred event, learn about the types of paper you should shred. Most junk mail, except preapproved credit card offers, does not need to be shredded.

• Magazines and catalogs should be recycled.

• You can bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

o Remember to remove sensitive data from hard drives and phones before recycling.

• City staff will unload your materials and take them to the shredding truck or the container for electronic devices. Heavy traffic is expected at this event and you will not be able to walk to the shredding truck to watch your documents being shredded.

Small businesses, nonprofits, churches and individuals are welcome to participate.

Event Also in Spring 

Each year the City of Raleigh holds two free “shred and recycle” events: one in the spring (near Earth Day) and one in the fall to celebrate America Recycles Day.

They will also be able to bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

Here's what you need to know to participate:

  • Bring up to three boxes or bags of documents per person. Boxes should be no larger than "banker boxes," or about 24 inches long, 12 inches wide and 10 inches deep.
  • Please only bring paper that should be shredded. Before participating in a shred event, learn about the types of paper you should shred. Most junk mail, except pre-approved credit card offers, does not need to be shredded.
  • Magazines and catalogs should be recycled.
  • Bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.
  • Remember to remove sensitive data from hard drives and phones before recycling.
  • Our staff will unload your materials and take them to the shredding truck. Heavy traffic is expected at this event and you will not be able to walk to the truck to watch your documents being shredded.

 

Small businesses, nonprofits, churches, and individuals are welcome to participate.

Event Also in Spring

Each year the City of Raleigh holds two free “shred and recycle” events: one in the spring (near Earth Day) and one in the fall to celebrate America Recycles Day.

Raleigh residents and small businesses will get an opportunity to protect themselves from identify theft by disposing confidential documents at our 2020 fall shred event.

Raleigh residents and small businesses will get an opportunity to protect themselves from identify theft by disposing confidential documents at a shred event on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. till 12 noon. They will also be able to bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

Where: 

Wilders Grove Solid Waste Services Facility

630 Beacon Lake Drive, Raleigh NC

Here’s what you need to know to participate in a shred and recycle event:

• Bring up to three boxes or bags of documents per person. Boxes should be no larger than “banker boxes,” or about 24 inches long, 12 inches wide and 10 inches deep.

• Please only bring paper that should be shredded. Before participating in a shred event, learn about the types of paper you should shred. Most junk mail, except preapproved credit card offers, does not need to be shredded.

• Magazines and catalogs should be recycled.

• You can bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

o Remember to remove sensitive data from hard drives and phones before recycling.

• City staff will unload your materials and take them to the shredding truck or the container for electronic devices. Heavy traffic is expected at this event and you will not be able to walk to the shredding truck to watch your documents being shredded.

Small businesses, nonprofits, churches and individuals are welcome to participate.

Event Also in Spring 

Each year the City of Raleigh holds two free “shred and recycle” events: one in the spring (near Earth Day) and one in the fall to celebrate America Recycles Day.

They will also be able to bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.

Here's what you need to know to participate:

  • Bring up to three boxes or bags of documents per person. Boxes should be no larger than "banker boxes," or about 24 inches long, 12 inches wide and 10 inches deep.
  • Please only bring paper that should be shredded. Before participating in a shred event, learn about the types of paper you should shred. Most junk mail, except pre-approved credit card offers, does not need to be shredded.
  • Magazines and catalogs should be recycled.
  • Bring computers, TVs, phones and other electronic devices for recycling.
  • Remember to remove sensitive data from hard drives and phones before recycling.
  • Our staff will unload your materials and take them to the shredding truck. Heavy traffic is expected at this event and you will not be able to walk to the truck to watch your documents being shredded.

 

Small businesses, nonprofits, churches, and individuals are welcome to participate.

Event Also in Spring

Each year the City of Raleigh holds two free “shred and recycle” events: one in the spring (near Earth Day) and one in the fall to celebrate America Recycles Day.

Contact

 

Amanda Astor
amanda.astor@raleighnc.gov
Solid Waste Services Department, 919-996-6973

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