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Posted on: May 2, 2017

Plymouths Host Joint Shred Event

Plymouths Host Joint Shred Event

The City of Plymouth and Plymouth Township will offer a shred day for all residents of both communities on Saturday, June 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (or until trucks are filled) at the Plymouth Cultural Center  located at 525 Farmer.  

Shred Legal will be providing the onsite shredding services.  Plymouth Township will host another City/Township shred event in the fall.

Township Supervisor Kurt Heise welcomed the chance to partner with the City of Plymouth in this popular event.  “In the past each community hosted a single event in their respective community for their residents only.  We’re providing an expanded service and saving taxpayer dollars through regional cooperation,” said Heise. 

City of Plymouth Mayor Dan Dwyer added, "This is another example of our two organizations working together for the entire Plymouth community."

Paper to be shredded shall be limited to 5 banker boxes on each trip.  Residents can make multiple trips throughout the morning, however.  Documents can be in paper bags or boxes when brought to shredding.  Documents in plastic bags must be removed.

Residents participating must also provide proof of City or Township residence which can be done with a driver’s license, voter ID card, water bill, or property tax bill.

Michigan Mobile Hard Drive Shredding will also be on site to securely dispose of old and unused hard drives.  According to Al Cox, Plymouth City’s Director of Public Safety, "With the increase of identity theft, this free service is a great opportunity for residents to ensure their data is properly destroyed to avoid any potential problems."

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