REMINDER! START GATHERING UP ALL THOSE SHREDDABLES NOW FOR BHC OA’S SECOND 2018 SHRED AWAY DAY!
Every year, improper document management costs citizens around the world millions of dollars in liabilities as a result of identity theft. Let’s protect ourselves against such infringement by appropriately disposing of personalized documents. For Block House Creek residents, such protection is available. Households simply need to take advantage of BHC OA’s second SHRED AWAY DAY for this year. Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 3rd, 9:00 AM to Noon, Jumano Park, 1301 S. Block House Drive.
Gathering the numerous documents that need to be shredded in order to protect your identity takes time. Let’s start now to clean out the file cabinets, sort desk clutter, and gather all those personalized items that, in order to protect our identities, shouldn’t go into a typical recycling bin. That’s anything that includes name, account number, credit or debit card number, password, or social security number.
Come November 3rd, simply bring your bags of shreddables to Jumano Park, hand your bags over to the Shred-It attendant, and watch the contents be finely shredded right before your eyes—important fact… all materials shredded through Shred-It, the largest recycler of white paper in the nation, are 100% recycled, a significant contributor to keeping our environment free of waste.
What exactly will the shredding company accept? This from Shred-It:
“We can shred just about anything, but we mostly shred paper. And instead of using conventional strip-cut shredders, we use crosscut shredding technology that reduces the paper to fine, confetti-like pieces. In addition, there’s no way the paper we shred can ever be reconstructed again because the confetti-like pieces are immediately combined with previously shredded documents. You don’t have to worry about removing paper clips or staples. Our shredders can handle that, too.” All materials shredded through Shred-It, the largest recycler of white paper in the nation, are 100% recycled, a significant contributor to keeping our environment free of waste.
So what CANNOT be accepted? No hanging file folders, three-ring binders, binder clips, or media, such as CDs or tapes.
Come November 3rd, simply bring your bags of shreddables (no limit—the more the better) to Jumano Park and hand your boxes and bags over to the Shred-It attendant.
This event is open to ALL residents of Block House Creek. Proof of residency will be required so please be prepared to present a MUD bill or driver’s license identifying your address as within the parameters of Block House Creek.