Free document shredding and electronics recycling for Menlo Park residents on May 2

by Contributed Content on April 28, 2015

Menlo Park residents and businesses are invited to bring confidential files for shredding and unwanted electronics for recycling on Saturday, May 2 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The shredding/recycling will take place at 333 Burgess Drive.

Residents will need to bring proof of residency such as a utility bill or driver’s license with Menlo Park address, and businesses will need to provide a Menlo Park business license or business card.

Confidential document destruction is limited to three boxes (10″ x 12″ x 15″) per vehicle and materials will be shredded on-site so participants can watch their documents being destroyed. Documents with paper clips, staples and binder clips are acceptable.

Electronics accepted for recycling include televisions, computer monitors, personal computers, DVD players, printers, scanners, radios, video game consoles, and cellular phones. A limit of five fluorescent tubes/bulbs per resident/business will be accepted.

For additional information, please visit the City’s Environmental Programs webpage.

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