Pennsauken Environmental Commission Hosts Shredding Event On April 22
Do you have boxes and bags of sensitive personal or financial documents? Old bills with account information on them? Papers with signatures? Good news! The Pennsauken Environmental Commission is sponsoring an even bigger document shredding event this year, with two trucks available to protect your identity and personal data!
This year’s shredding event will be held on Saturday, April 22 from 9:00 a.m. – noon at Howard M. Phifer Middle School, 8201 Park Ave., Pennsauken.
- This paper-only shredding event is for individuals, not businesses
- Items that can be shredded include anything that has your signature, account number, social security number, etc., as well as any type of medical or legal information; documents can range from bank statements and credit card offers to tax forms and utility bills
- This is not a recycling event; also, items such as hard cover books, magazines, etc. will not be accepted
- Last year’s event was extremely well attended; residents are encouraged not to wait until the last minute to attend
For more information, visit “Pennsauken Township Environmental Commission” on Facebook.