If you've been wondering what to do with those tax returns from 1995, or how to safely dispose of all that junk mail with sensitive information that's been piling up on your dining room table, Roswell's Shredfest this weekend is the answer.
Roswell residents can securely dispose of personal documents at thefacility, 1810 Hembree Road, tomorrow, May 21, from 8 a.m. until noon. Or, until the Georgia Document Destruction truck fills up.
Georgia Document Destruction is privately owned and operated firm engaged in “on-site” document and media shredding. They are known for providing the most secure and cost-effective means for the disposal of confidential and sensitive materials. Their mobile shredding trucks are the highest capacity and fastest “on-site” equipment available today.
The free event even allows document destruction viewing to ensure safe disposal and peace-of-mind for participants.
What can I bring?
- Old tax returns
- Junk mail with personal information
-Dated documents with personal information
-Dated pay stubs with personal information
-Whatever other sensitive documents you need disposed of.
There is a limit of five boxes or 200 pounds of paper per vehicle.
The event is sponsored by Georgia Document Destruction, Inc., the Roswell Recycling Center and Keep Roswell Beautiful.
For more information, contact Trevor Williams at 770-442-8822 or visit Keep Roswell Beautiful. Businesses should call Georgia Document Destruction directly at 770-516-6500.