FREE Paper Shredding Event for Hamilton Residents on June 9th
A popular community service, which allows residents to shred sensitive
documents in an environmentally friendly way, is set to return this June.
Mayor Kelly Yaede is inviting residents to take advantage of Hamilton’s FREE
Paper Shredding Event on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at the Hamilton
Township Police Division Headquarters parking lot (located at 1270
Whitehorse-Mercerville Road on the Municipal Court side of the complex). The event will take place from 8 am to 12
pm (Noon); and will be held rain or shine. Attendees for the paper shredding event must enter
the complex from Judge Samuel A. Alito Way.
This will be the first of two free paper shredding events
that Hamilton Township will offer residents this year (the final event is
scheduled for September 22nd).
The event is a FREE service open to Township
residents only and requires proof
of residency, such as a driver’s license, tax bill or utility bill.
Business or commercial materials are prohibited from this
Residents will be able to shred paper materials and file folders, up
to a 100 lb. limit. However, items
such as CD’s, VHS tapes, DVD’s, plastic cases, computer hardware, metal, trash
items, food products, x-rays, cardboard or similar items are prohibited.
“Our annual paper shredding events remain a
very popular community service that we are proud to continue in order to help
our residents shred sensitive documents in an environmentally friendly way,” says Mayor Kelly Yaede.