Do you have old bank statements, checks, copies of bills or other confidential papers piling up at home? The University’s shred provider, Shred-it, in conjunction with the Office of Sustainability is offering a free, secure, confidential documentation shredding for all University faculty, staff, and students on Friday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A Shred-it truck will be parked in the lot of the Mason Services Center, which is located off of St. Joseph Drive behind the Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. The truck accepts paper only, so please be sure to remove all binders before dropping off your documents for shredding (staples are acceptable). For the courtesy of others, we ask everyone to limit their shred materials to no more than five file-size boxes so that everyone has a chance to go through the line. We also ask that you stay until your documents are on the shred truck as Notre Dame cannot be responsible for papers left unattended. As in years past, you can also leave your empty cardboard boxes behind for recycling.
This year, we will also be collecting your worn-out tennis shoes, which will be turned into a material used to make athletic shoes, apparel, and surfaces. Please note: cleats, sandals, boots, or dress shoes cannot be accepted.
The event will be held “Rain or Shine”
For more information, please contact the Office of Sustainability at email@example.com, or 574-631-2748.
Originally published at green.nd.edu.