Free Document Shredding Events

Designed for those with documents containing sensitive and personal information looking for a safe and secure way to dispose of these documents for free, Resource One hosts ShredFest from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., November 3, provided by Shred-It, a division of Stericycle at events throughout the year. Participants can watch as their documents are safely and securely shredded.

Accepted items include invoices, financial statements, canceled checks, checkbooks, medical records, credit reports, tax returns and personal documents. There is a 10-box limit for paper documents only. Ineligible items include plastic bags, trash bags, or baggies, trash of any kind, binders and metal, such as binder clips (staples and paper clips are okay).

Locations include 2750 N. Galloway Ave., Mesquite; 2475 Arapaho Rd., Garland; 8344 E. R.L. Thornton Fwy., Ste. 110, Dallas; and 755 N. Hwy. 67, Cedar Hill.



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