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Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Macedonia

July 9, 2016, 9 AM - Noon

Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the Macedonia City Hall

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Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the Macedonia City Hall

ReWorks will hold a free document shredding and recycling event Saturday, July 9, 2016 at the Macedonia City Hall, 9691 Valley View Road, in Macedonia [Enter on Valley View Road]

PLEASE NOTE:
> Only Summit County residents and businesses are welcome.
> All paper shredded will be recycled.
> Limit 10 file boxes or shopping bags.
> Remove all metal clips, rubber bands and plastic report covers
> STAPLES ARE OKAY

When you put a piece of paper in the trash it can be difficult to know what happens to it. Every step that occurs once the trash leaves your control is an opportunity for someone to find personal information they can use to cause you harm.

One way to safeguard personal information is to shred it before it goes into the trash. ReWorks Document Shredding and Recycling events offer Summit County residents and businesses a FREE opportunity to securely manage sensitive information while benefitting the environment through recycling.

Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Green

Aug 6, 2016, 9 AM - Noon

Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the Green Central Administration Building

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Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the Green Central Administration Building

ReWorks will hold a free document shredding and recycling event Saturday, August 6, 2016 at the Green Central Administration Building, 1755 Town Park Blvd., in Green

PLEASE NOTE:
> Only Summit County residents and businesses are welcome.
> All paper shredded will be recycled.
> Limit 10 file boxes or shopping bags.
> Remove all metal clips, rubber bands and plastic report covers
> STAPLES ARE OKAY

When you put a piece of paper in the trash it can be difficult to know what happens to it. Every step that occurs once the trash leaves your control is an opportunity for someone to find personal information they can use to cause you harm.

One way to safeguard personal information is to shred it before it goes into the trash. ReWorks Document Shredding and Recycling events offer Summit County residents and businesses a FREE opportunity to securely manage sensitive information while benefitting the environment through recycling.

Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Barberton

Sep 10, 2016, 9 AM - Noon

Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the BCF Sports Complex, Barberton

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Free to Summit County residents and businesses at the BCF Sports Complex, Barberton

ReWorks will hold a free document shredding and recycling event Saturday, September 10, 2016 at BCF Sports Complex 
841 Wooster Rd. West, in Barberton (Enter Wooster Rd. West Only)

PLEASE NOTE:
> Only Summit County residents and businesses are welcome.
> All paper shredded will be recycled.
> Limit 10 file boxes or shopping bags.
> Remove all metal clips, rubber bands and plastic report covers
> STAPLES ARE OKAY

When you put a piece of paper in the trash it can be difficult to know what happens to it. Every step that occurs once the trash leaves your control is an opportunity for someone to find personal information they can use to cause you harm.

One way to safeguard personal information is to shred it before it goes into the trash. ReWorks Document Shredding and Recycling events offer Summit County residents and businesses a FREE opportunity to securely manage sensitive information while benefitting the environment through recycling.

Document Shredding and Recycling Event in Akron

October 1, 2016, 9 AM - Noon

Free to Summit County residents and businesses at North High School. 

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Free to Summit County residents and businesses at North High School. 

ReWorks will hold a free document shredding and recycling event Saturday, October 1, 2016 at North High School, 985 Gorge Blvd., Akron.

PLEASE NOTE:
> Only Summit County residents and businesses are welcome.
> All paper shredded will be recycled.
> Limit 10 file boxes or shopping bags.
> Remove all metal clips, rubber bands and plastic report covers
> STAPLES ARE OKAY

When you put a piece of paper in the trash it can be difficult to know what happens to it. Every step that occurs once the trash leaves your control is an opportunity for someone to find personal information they can use to cause you harm.

One way to safeguard personal information is to shred it before it goes into the trash. ReWorks Document Shredding and Recycling events offer Summit County residents and businesses a FREE opportunity to securely manage sensitive information while benefitting the environment through recycling.