08 Apr Williamson County Free Shred & Medicine Disposal in April!
Posted at 10:37h
in Green Living
|April 24, 2010
You know I’m all about shredding personal information – here’s the latest info from Williamson County!
Free Shredding of Personal documents from Williamson County Residents
Keep Williamson Beautiful wants to help you keep your identity safe by providing a free shredding service to Williamson County Residents and bring any personal documents you have that can be used for identity theft.
Please bring your documents in paper bags or cardboard boxes that can be recycled. The large shredders at the recycle facility will shred your important documents and recycle all of the resulting materials. Please help speed the process by bringing your paper unbound, each bundle no larger than one inch thick; thicker bundles jam the shredded. Please remove heavy clips/clamps. Paper clips and staples are acceptable.
Items included are:
- Canceled checks
- IRS forms
- Insurance papers
- Investment statements
- & paycheck stubs.
Papers that do not contain a personal identification number will NOT be accepted such as newspaper, magazines and photos
No Commercial Documents Accepted
Saturday, April 24, 2010
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Shredding & Collection Location:
420 Century Court, Franklin
(Century Court is located off Columbia Avenue, the second stop light
north of Mack Hatcher Bypass).
April 17, 2010
The Williamson County Sheriff Dept, Franklin Police Dept. and HomeInstead Health Care are holding a medicine collection from 9 a.m. to noon, on the square in downtown Franklin.
Don’t throw expired medicines in our water system – take them here and have them disposed of properly!