Dispose of Confidential Documents – Shred It Day

The Plymouth Public Library Corporation is hosting a Shred Day for Plymouth residents to shred and recycle confidential documents securely on Saturday, April 28 from 9:00am to 12:00 noon. Rain or shine, Shred Day will take place regardless of weather.  The shredding truck will be in the Library’s main parking lot all morning – drop by and watch as your confidential documents are shredded on-site.

Community members are encouraged to bring their unwanted confidential documents – including banking statements, old tax return files, medical records, credit card receipts, etc. – to be shredded. Please note, VHS tapes, CDs and binders can NOT be accepted for shredding.

The cost of shredding will be $10/box of paper, or $8/box for Library Corporation Members.  These boxes can be standard copy paper boxes, bankers boxes or medium-sized trash bags. With industry average currently charging $30/box for shredding, this Shred Day offers a cost-effective way to have large amounts of paper shredded securely. Payment will be made at the event in the form of cash or check written out to the Plymouth Public Library Corporation.

If you have a large amount of material (10 boxes or more),  please call to make arrangements for shredding and payment!

The shredded material will be recycled and all of the money raised from our SHRED event will go towards supporting the Plymouth Public Library.  Protect your identity and support the Library at the same time!


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