Come Shred It on June 6th

The Plymouth Public Library Corporation is hosting a Shred Day for Plymouth residents to shred and recycle confidential documents securely on Saturday, June 6 from 8:00 to 11:00 AM (this date has been re-scheduled from May).

You’ve got an extra month to clear out those old files and really, truly, start fresh this Spring!

We are sure we aren’t the only ones using this time at home to sort through old papers and clean out our closets! Once we are all free to move around, you’ll have a safe, secure place to discard all of your paper materials. Join us on Saturday, June 6th – you won’t even have to get out of your car — unless you want to watch your documents be shred right before your eyes!

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 email ahead of time to make arrangements for shredding and payment! Contact Noelle at [email protected].

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!

We will also be handing out free books for our summer library reading program, Plymouth Public Library, Where Every Story Has a Home.”  Follow this link to download our form with more details.

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