The City of Madison Streets and Parks Divisions along with Pellitteri Waste Systems will host a one day document shredding day on Saturday August 24, 2013. The event will take place from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. at Duck Pond parking lot at Warner Park. Enter off of N. Sherman AV.
This is a one day only event that will be held rain or shine. City of Madison residents ONLY. This will be the only City sponsored event of this kind this year.
what we will accept
PAPER MATERIAL ONLY. No hanging files, three ringed binders, plastic file folders etc.
Checks, tax forms, envelopes, junk mail, correspondence, etc are all accepted.
You do not have to remove staples, paper clips, or rubber bans for this event.
THERE IS A LIMIT OF THREE BOXES OR THREE 13 GALLON KITCHEN SIZE TRASH BAGS OF MATERIAL
We will also accept CD's, DVD's and Jewel Boxes. These items must be kept separate from the paper items.
We will not accept floppy discs, computer tapes, cassette tapes, VHS or Beta tapes or old credit cards.
what happens to my documents?
The material will be shredded on site by Pellitteri Waste Systems. All shredded material is taken to Pellitteri's Kipp Street Station. The shredded material is unloaded from the shredding truck and put into large bales. The bales of shredded material are taken to a Wisconsin paper mill where the paper is recycled into paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels, napkins and other tissue products. For every 200 pounds of paper that is shredded we save a tree.