WHO: Metro Beautification and Environment, Metro Public Works,
Iron Mountain document disposal company
WHAT: Free Community Shred Day
WHEN: Saturday, November 3, 8 a.m. – 12 noon
WHERE: Lot D, LP Field
Davidson County residents can bring any type of household papers and documents to be securely shredded onsite at no cost. Only paper products will be accepted.
The United States consumes more than 80 million tons of paper annually. According to the American Forest and Paper Association, 63.5 percent of that paper is being recycled, continuing a 20-year trend of a steady increase in recycling. This free document shredding event will give residents the opportunity to securely recycle paper items containing personal or sensitive information.
For more details about the event, contact Metro Beautification at 862-8418.
About Metro Beautification and Environment (MBEC)
MBEC, a division of Metro Public Works, sponsors a variety of anti-litter and beautification programs and provides volunteer opportunities to encourage a sense of community involvement.
About Iron Mountain Incorporated
Founded in 1951, Iron Mountain is a world-leading provider of information management services, including: records management, data backup and recovery, secure shredding and document management solutions. The company has 150,000 customers in 35 countries on five continents.