Shred your sensitive paperwork/documents at this free Peekskill Community Shred Day.
Date: Saturday, October 9
Time: 10 AM – 1PM
Location: Peekskill High School
MHV and New York State Senator Peter Harckham are hosting a free Peekskill Community Shred Day.
This is your opportunity to securely dispose of paperwork, statements, and other sensitive documents – and protect yourself from identity theft.
To ensure proper social distancing and an efficient experience for everyone, registration is required. When you register, you will select a time slot. Please arrive at the event during your designated time slot.
You are welcome to bring 3-4 standard paper storage boxes or garbage bags for shredding.
The following items can be included in your shred material:
- Paper (white or colored)
- File folders
- Staples and paper clips
- Small quantities of plastics including ID cards and credit cards
The following items should not
- Hard drives
- Back up tapes
- Videos, cassettes, CDs, or DVDs
- Hazardous material, syringes, or needles
- Any heavy metal objects such as nuts, bolts, or metal plates. Paper is flammable and mixing with anything that sparks like a battery or heavy metal is very dangerous.
The Peekskill Shred Event is open to the community.