On Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mentor Public Library invites Mentor residents and library patrons to bring documents to be shredded to the Main Library’s auxiliary parking lot at the corner of Mentor Avenue and Sharonlee Drive (map).
The library is hosting the Community Paper Shred event in partnership with XPress Shredding of Mentor, at no cost to the library or participants. The event will go on no matter the weather: rain or shine, or even snow.
Bring as many as five paper-storage boxes of documents (paper grocery bags are acceptable), which will be unloaded from your car (you don’t need to get out of your vehicle) and placed into locked bins and then into a secured truck attended at all times by XPress Shredding staff. The documents will then be taken to XPress Shredding’s facility to be thoroughly destroyed and, finally, recycled.
Protect your identity: shred your documents, and Keep Them Out of the Landfill.
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