A record 363 area residents turned out on Earth Day, April 22, to protect their personal information and the environment through paper document destruction. A record-setting eight tons of shredded and chipped paper will be recycled into new tissue paper. Food and cash donations given to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank will provide 294 meals. Approximately 200 children's books were donated to benefit the Little Free Library.
Fall Shred Fest will be held from 8 a.m. to noon on Sat., Oct. 7, 1057 Martinsburg Pike which is located at the corner of Martinsburg Pike and Stine Lane. Rain or shine.
Residents may safely and quickly destroy up to five boxes of paper documents free of charge. Businesses may utilize the service at the rate of ten cents per pound. There is no need to remove staples, clips, wire or rubber bands. Letters of Destruction available upon request.
Protect your identity through safe and secure destruction of personal documents. Community Shred is open to anyone. All paper is shredded on-site and recycled.
Children's books collected for the Little Free Library and nonperishable food items accepted during events to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.