DC-Area Community Shred Events

Bring your obsolete and no-longer-needed personal documents and papers to the next TrueShred Community Shredding Event. To accommodate residential and small business clients, TrueShred offers a paper shredding drop-off option. Bring your medium-sized boxes (10” x 12” x 15” or regular letter-size Bankers Box) of sensitive papers and have them shredded for just $10 per box. You can even watch the shredding process on CCTV while you wait! Find out where the next event will be held by clicking the event link on the calendar below.

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Need more information about our DC-area Community Shred events? Call TrueShred at 888-322-3218.

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May 13 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Recycling Event To accommodate residential and small business clients, TrueShred offers a paper shredding drop-off option. Bring your medium sized boxes (Regular Bankers Box) of sensitive papers and for just $10 per box watch the
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Benefits of Shredding at our Community Shredding Events

  • Ease – You don’t have to remove staples or paper clips from your documents. Our shredding truck destroys them easily, saving you time and annoyance.
  • Security – With our secure chain of custody, you don’t have to worry about your personal information being accessed from the trash. Your confidential documents go straight from your hands to our uniformed employee to the shredder. All shred waste is recycled.

Residential Shredding Tips

What personal household papers should be shredded, instead of just being tossed in the trash? You should shred anything that has your personal information on it—your address, bank account or credit card numbers, social security number, or any other personally identifying information (PII).

Personal or household materials that may contain your PII include:

  • Addresses
  • ATM Receipts
  • Brokerage Accounts
  • Cancelled Checks
  • Debit Card Numbers
  • Credit Reports
  • Paycheck Stubs
  • Insurance Policies
  • Investment Statements
  • Medical/Dental Records
  • Passport Numbers
  • Resumes
  • Tax Forms
  • Used Airline Tickets

See additional information on what to shred.

Community Shredding is Good for the Environment

When you have your documents shredded at TrueShred’s DC-area Community Shredding Event, you are contributing to the environmental health of our region. Every single shred generated by our heavy-duty shredders is recycled.

Is Community Shredding Secure?

Yes. TrueShred takes every precaution when it comes to preserving the confidentiality and security of your sensitive documents. As an NAID AAA-Certified on-site shredding company, we are required to comply with the highest standards in the document destruction industry. You can trust TrueShred with your most sensitive data.

Personal Document Shredding in DC, Maryland, and Virginia

TrueShred’s Community Shredding Events are an easy and cost-effective way for you to ensure the confidentiality of your personal information. Shredding your sensitive documents is the best way to keep your personal information out of the hands of identity thieves.

Do you have questions about residential shredding in the DC area, or document destruction in general? Give TrueShred a call at 888-322-3218 or contact us here.

Upcoming Events

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10:00 am Monthly Community Shredding
Monthly Community Shredding
Jun 10 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Recycling Event To accommodate residential and small business clients, TrueShred offers a paper shredding drop-off option. Bring your medium sized boxes (Regular Bankers Box) of sensitive papers and for just $10 per box watch the
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