Free Secure Paper Shredding In Rockland County

Dated: 04/26/2017

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Sponsored by Rockland Recycles, this program is open to all Rockland County Residents (no businesses), whether in Tappan, Palisades, New City, Nyack, Stony Point, Suffern, or any place in between. Each car is limited to 3 banker boxes of shreddable material (no plastic bags, binders, or other plastics allowed, but paper clips and staples are OK). The evens start at 8AM and run until the trucks are full, or noon, whichever happens first. People are managed on a "first-come, first-served" basis. Saturday, April 29th the trucks will be in Germonds Park, West Nyack. Then May 6th at Haverstraw Town Hall, and June 3rd at Patriot Hills Lane in Stony Point. Check the flyer above for other dates, but each town has 2 shredding events per year. 

So, enjoy your spring cleaning. Save the confidential papers for a shredding event, and enjoy the calm that comes from decluttering your home! 


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Diane Mitchell

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