Did you miss the Mentor Public Library’s April 20 Community Paper Shred Day?
Not to worry: Carver Financial Services, Mentor’s nationally recognized financial services organization, has once again teamed up with Northcoast Shredding Services to help you get rid of those vulnerable, sensitive, confidential documents — the cancelled checks, health information, credit card statements and other records that are so attractive to the wrong people.
Shredded documents will be sent to a paper mill and recycled.
(Photo credit: Northcoast Recycling)
On Saturday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can take up to three boxes of paper documents to Carver Financial Services at 7473 Center Street (map) in Mentor, where Mentor High School National Honor Society volunteers will help unload them from your vehicle. (Please, no binders, large metal clips, magazines, or newspapers.)
Northcoast Shredding Services will have a mobile shredding unit on-site. Once they have shredded your documents, the shreds will be sent to a paper mill and properly recycled.
The shredding service is free, but Carver Financial Services will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items for local food banks. For more information, see the Carver Financial Services website.
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Protect your identity: keep it safe, and Keep It Out of the Landfill.
Nice Initiation by Carver Financial Services.It will helpful in both ways first is “protecting our identity” and second is “to keep waste out of the landfill”
I like services that will shred my stuff for me and where I can trust them. I know people who burn their own trash and still worry about people getting into their papers.