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Free information shredding available

FALLBROOK — Now is the chance for everyone who wants to ensure that all their private information remains private, whether on paper or on their computer hard drives.

As a part of the Community-Wide Cleanup/Recycling Day on September 20, area residents can bring two boxes of paper materials to the downtown community parking lot behind the Art Center at 103 South Main from 9 a.m. to noon for shredding, free of charge.

They can also bring unwanted computers to the electronic recycling event and have the hard drive “destroyed” before the computer goes to the e-waste recycler.

Shred-It is providing an onsite shredder in the northwest corner of the parking lot. Participants will enter from Fig Street through the library’s Bottom Shelf parking area and will witness the actual shredding of their documents before their empty boxes are returned to them. (Shred-It does not process cardboard.)

ShredStation Express is a new local company which provides small-volume document shredding and also destroys hard drives and collects almost any type of electronic device for recycling.

All Community-Wide Cleanup/Recycling Day events are limited to individuals and are free to North County residents.


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