Friday, November 16, 2012

"Shred It & Forget It" -- Back By Popular Demand

Rep. Greg Harris and Ald. James Cappleman are offering another chance to recycle your electronics and shred your personal paper trails.  Rep. Harris says:

Reminder: Shred It and Forget About It (Again)
Back by Popular Demand!!

Do you have boxes of documents that you need to get rid of?  How about old cell phones or electronics?  This Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m., Rep. Greg Harris and Ald. James Cappleman will be hosting a Shred Day and Electronic Recycling at 4544 N Broadway.  (Just outside Ald. Cappleman's office)

Do some fall cleaning and protect your identity by shredding unwanted personal, financial or confidential documents for FREE.  Please remember to remove all your documents from binders and remove any paper clips as well before coming out to the trucks.

Also bring your unwanted electronics and have them recycled, too.  Laptops, PCs, servers, monitors, data storage devices, printers, fax/copy machines, cell phones, VCRs, DVD players, video cameras, lan line phones and game consoles are among the types of electronic equipment that will be collected for recycling at the event.   See you Saturday!

For more information contact our office at (773) 348-3434 or email at"  You can also call the 46th Ward Office at (773) 878-4646.

1 comment:

  1. Does anyone know off hand if the electronics like computers and phones are recycled in a way that protects from identify theft people? And if so (hopefully) do they do on site, or off? Just curious if anyone knew. If not I'll call and check and come back and share. Thanks.