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2020 Shred Day Postponed

As we take additional precautions against the threat of Covid-19, SHRED DAY has been postponed for a later time this year. We look forward to sharing the rescheduled date with you soon!

WHAT CAN AND CANNOT BE SHREDDED

from  Mississippi Shredding Services:

Our primary mission is to shred confidential paper documents and to recycle as much of that paper as possible so it can return to the marketplace and avoid being dumped in a landfill. The more pure the paper, the more likely it will be re-used.

It is difficult to provide a comprehensive list of every acceptable or unacceptable item, but here is a basic guide:

ACCEPTABLE AND OPTIMAL
White office paper (copier, computer, legal, letterhead, loose-leaf, cash receipts, memos, and other types of white paper) with any colored ink, non-glossy
ACCEPTABLE
Mixed Paper – Colored copier paper, windowed or windowless envelopes, yellow legal pads, manila and colored file folders, message pads; non-glossy flyers pamphlets and brochures

NOT ACCEPTABLE

  • magazines
  • Newspapers
  • plastic bags or sleeves
  • bubble-insulated envelopes
  • credit and ID cards
  • license plates
  • cardboard (including hardcovers of books and composition folders)
  • 3 ring binders
  • notebook spirals
  • plastic file covers
  • hanging file folders
  • accordion folders
  • paper towels
  • napkins
  • tissues
  • CDs
  • disks
  • X-rays
  • blueprints
  • Styrofoam
  • prescription medicine bottles
  • no electronics or hard drives of any kind
  • plastic binder clips or any other large metal or plastic fasteners
  • rubber bands

WHAT HAPPENS TO THE PAPER AFTER IT IS SHREDDED?

The paper is taken to a paper recycling center for processing within 24 hours of each event.