Saturday Drop-Off Program
Residents and Small Businesses can now take advantage of our drop-off shredding services as a solution to safely shred confidential items on Saturdays. Each Saturday (we are closed major holiday weekends of: Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s) from 9am to 1pm, you can come to our headquarters at 6301 West Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN 55438 and bring your documents, hard drives, electronic media, and any pre-purchased #ShredRight4Good shred bags and tickets. We can accept these items in boxes, grocery bags or special ShredRight4Good bags. Please no plastic bags. Choose the program that’s right for you!
Drop Off Program Hours:
Monday thru Friday: Closed (See program options below for more details)
Saturday: 9am- 1pm
Rest of 2023 (Note these are all Saturdays):
Labor Day 9/02
Calendar Year 2024
New Years 12/30
Independence day 7/6
Labor Day 8/31
Calendar Year 2025
New Years 1/04
As you plan your trip to Shred Right on Saturday, please refer to the map below:
Follow the direction of the yellow Shred Right signs, you will be directed to the Shred Right drop-off door. Call the number listed on the door, a Shred Professional will greet you.
Shredding materials and pricing
(Payments accepted: Check & Credit)
SPECIAL RULES and restrictions FOR ALL E-WASTE
Shred Right’s e-recycling program – is limited to NON-DATA bearing office electronics ONLY. Shred Right is NOT responsible for any data storage devices, such as hard drives, CD’s & memory cards, left with-in items submitted for e-recycling. Examples of acceptable e-waste includes, but not limited to: flat screen monitors, printers, scanners, keyboards, mice, cables, circuit boards, and calculators. Shred Right E-recycling program NO longer accepts CRT/Tube monitors/TVs, projection TVs, or household appliances of any type. Customers requesting help with these type of materials should contact our office directly for additional support.
All material shall be destroyed in accordance with NAID standards and practices, based on the appropriated destruction method for material type.
Hard Copy Documents / Paper – Mobile or Plant based Shredding
Hard Drives – Mobile or Plant based Shredding
Magnetic Media – Mobile or Plant based Shredding
Microfilm – Plant based Pulverization ONLY
Flash Media – Plant based Pulverization ONLY