free paper shredding in chicago area

FREE Document Shredding in Chicago Area

State Rep. Julianna Stratton (D-Chicago) is hosting a free document shred day from 9 a.m. to noon on Aug. 19 at St. Edmund’s Village Apartments, 6253 S. Michigan Ave in Woodlawn MAP

It’s a chance for people to securely get rid of documents that could be used for nefarious purposes if the wrong person found them.

 

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“We all have old credit card statements, bank statements, medical records, bills or other confidential information that we no longer need,” Stratton said. “Shredding these documents is a simple way to protect against identity theft, clean out the house and help the environment by keeping unnecessary waste out of our landfills.”

 

Stratton’s Community Shred Day will feature a large, mobile document shredder where area residents can destroy confidential papers on-site in a secure and environmentally-friendly way, free of charge. Residents are asked not to leave cardboard boxes at the event, as they cannot be shredded. There is a two bag limit per car. Attendees will be assisted on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

“Providing free services like “shred day” to the community is one of the many ways that I strive to connect local residents with valuable resources,” Stratton continued. “I hope that residents will take advantage of this opportunity.”

 

 

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