Free Paper Shredding Events

Do you have mountains of paper or piles of receipts that are gathering dust in your home or office? Shred Right is committed to providing secure document destruction services to individuals and organizations while also giving back to the community. One way we do this is through our free shredding events. These events are open to the public and offer a convenient and secure way to dispose of sensitive documents.

At our free shredding events, attendees can watch as our state-of-the-art shredding trucks safely destroy their documents on site. We also have a team of experts on hand to answer any questions and provide information about our other shredding services. We believe that everyone should have access to secure document destruction, which is why we offer these free events. Additionally, these events help to raise awareness about the importance of document security and privacy. Check our calendar for upcoming events and join us for a secure shredding experience.

Don’t see a public event near you? There are drop-off shredding options at our location in Bloomington between the hours of 9am and 1pm each Saturday.

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What is a paper shredding event?

A paper shredding event is an event where individuals and organizations can bring their sensitive documents to be securely shredded. The documents are shredded on-site using specialized mobile shredding truck. The shredded paper is then recycled. These events are typically held in a public location, such as a parking lot or community center, and are open to the public.

How do I host my own shredding event?

Host your own shredding event and give your community the opportunity to safely dispose of their sensitive documents while supporting a local cause or organization of your choice with Shred Right’s #SHREDRIGHT4GOOD program.

What is #SHREDRIGHT4GOOD program?

#SHREDRIGHT4GOOD is a charitable program organized by Shred Right company, where they would donate a portion of the proceeds or a flat fee from the shredding event to a local non-profit organization or a community cause, it could be also a way to raise awareness about the importance of document security and privacy, the program could be a way of giving back to the community while also promoting the company’s services.