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On Our Radar: Spring shredding returns to Port Moody city hall

Got unwanted personal documents, tax records and even old credit card bills? Here's where you can safely dispose of them.
Paper shredding.

Have you done your spring cleaning yet?

If yes, did you uncover a large pile of personal papers?

Good news, you can bring it down to Port Moody city hall next month.

Local Rotarians are set to host its annual spring-season shredding event at the civic facility — located at 100 Newport Dr. — where Tri-City residents are asked to donate whatever they can to have items safely disposed of.

The funds raised from the six-hour Shred-A-Thon will be earmarked for community and youth programs conducted by the Rotary Club of Port Moody.

You can bring any and all unwanted documents for bonded professionals to safely shred, such as old credit card bills, tax records and other sorts of personal documents.

Plastics, photos, metal and CDs will not be accepted, the club states on its shred-a-thon page.

Best Shredding, a mobile company based in Coquitlam, set to provide the technology to ensure secured document disposal.

The machine will be set up at Port Moody city hall on June 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Tri-City News is partial sponsor of the Port Moody Shred-A-Thon.

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