Wildwood, Missouri will host their third annual shredding event on Saturday, October 6th at 8:00am to 1:00pm at the St. Louis Community College – Wildwood campus at 2645 Generations Drive 63040.
I have to shred multiple times a day, because of the type of work that I do, so I have a good shredder that sits to the right of my desk, within reach of my seat. But I do understand why a city would have a big shredding event once a year, because from time to time I hear from clients that they have just cleaned out of their file cabinets so they need to shred a bunch of papers or they have let a lot of their shredding accumulate and now it is a large pile. If this sounds like your situation, you might consider collecting your papers for the shred event in Wildwood in a couple of weeks.
Wildwood shredding event
Help protect yourself from identity theft, by making sure that your sensitive information is shredded, not just thrown in the trash. Here’s what you’ll want to know about the event:
- It is open to residents and nonresidents of Wildwood.
- It is free.
- Big, heavy-duty shredders are used.
- Shreddings will be recycled, not sent to landfills.
What can be shredded
- Paper Clips
- Rubber Bands
- Pill Bottles (without pills)
What Cannot be shredded
- Cardboard boxes
- Vinyl binders
- Medical Waste (medicine/needles/etc)
Stop by St. Louis Community College in Wildwood Saturday October 6th 8:00am to 1:00pm and bring your boxes of shredding!