I’m in the middle of working with a client who had a lot of papers. These are papers from deceased relatives that are not longer needed. After we’d sorted and bagged/boxed up all of them, we had to decide what do with them. The plan was to take them to be shredded as a home shredder would burn out with the sheer volume. The place I was going to use charges $12.50 a bankers box.
BUT, turns out Williamson County is holding a FREE shred day. Here’s the details:
SHRED DAY: The service of shredding of personal documents that could be used for identify theft is provide by Williamson County twice a year.
Date: November 15, 2008
Shredding Location: 420 Century Court (Off Columbia Hwy) Franklin, TN 37064
Time: 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
- Investment Statements (mutual funds, IRAs, Stocks, etc.)
- Canceled Checks
- Credit Card Statements
- Pay Checks Stubs
- Insurance Documents
- IRS Forms
Please bring your documents in paper bags or cardboard boxes that can be recycled. Please help speed the process by bringing your paper removed from wire bonding, 3 ring binders and heavy clips/clamps. Paper clips and staples are acceptable. The large shredders at the recycle facility will shred your important documents and recycle all of the resulting materials. Volunteers will unload your material. You can watch as your documents are shredded.
So head on over to the free shred day – don’t miss it – see you there!