of paper records, hard drives
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[October 07, 2013]
Are you worried about your
personal information getting into the wrong hands? If so, bring your
old financial records, tax returns and other sensitive household
records to be shredded and destroyed in a secure and confidential
manner. Hard drives will also be accepted for destruction. Proper
disposal of this sensitive information may prevent individuals in
your household from becoming victims of identity theft.
The paper shredding and hard drive destruction will be available
Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Logan County
Fairgrounds. Participants are asked to use the Main Gate entrance.
The last glass recycling collection of the year will also be at the
same time and place.
The State Bank of Lincoln and the Logan County Joint Solid Waste
Agency are co-sponsoring the free program to shred confidential
papers and destroy hard drives on-site.
Participants will be limited to five bags or boxes of materials
to be shredded and are asked to ensure that no plastic, glass, trash
or non-paper items are brought to the collection. Hard drives for
destruction must be removed from the computers prior to bringing
them in. Participants will be responsible for the disposal of bags
and boxes brought to the collection.
Participants will be able to watch the shredding and destruction
of paperwork and hard drives via a camera in the bed of the
shredding truck. Participants are responsible for maintaining
possession of their materials until they are brought to the truck
for shredding. Sponsors of the paper shredding and hard drive
destruction are not responsible for any materials left unattended
prior to or during the shredding event.
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For more information on the paper shredding and hard drive
destruction, contact Mitzi Rohlfs, Logan County Joint Solid Waste
Agency coordinator, at 732-9636 or
email@example.com, or access
the agency's website at www.co.logan.il.us and select
Waste Agency." Area recyclers can obtain the most up-to-date
information on recycling activities by visiting the agency's
[Text from file received from the
Logan County Joint Solid