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Sound Off: Are there any document-shredding events coming up?

Capitol Federal will host one from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at 1025 Iowa. Three bags or boxes of paper will be shredded at no charge. For guidelines, visit capfed.com/shreddays. KU Credit Union will conduct one from 9 a.m. to noon May 12 at the credit union’s branch at 2221 W. 31st. The limit is two boxes of documents. Electronics also can be recycled at this event. There is no charge for document shredding or for the disposing of hard drives, cellphones and small electronics. Other electronic recycling will be done for a small fee. For example, printers and flat-panel monitors may be recycled for $5 each. CRT monitors, microwave ovens and televisions less than 35 inches may be recycled for $10 each. To learn more, visit secureecycle.com.

Comments

homechanger 2 years, 7 months ago

The white house will be shredding tons of documents right after the election.

somedude20 2 years, 7 months ago

Which white house are you talking about as there are many of them in America (assuming you are not talking about every white house in the world)? President Obama's White House, I am sure, will be busy with the sounds of celebrating and then work as President Obama rights the, well, right. Take heed though, you do have your Brownback to play with. Have a forrest of a day!

Noweigh 2 years, 7 months ago

Peoples Bank usually holds an event they call Shredfest....in the spring, I think.

somedude20 2 years, 7 months ago

My childhood dog was very efficient at eating my homework!

RoeDapple 2 years, 7 months ago

The old burn barrel does fine for me. Just gotta stir occasionally to make sure it all gets consumed.

JackMcKee 2 years, 7 months ago

A half-way intelligent question? It has to be ringer.

Douglas County Bank 2 years, 7 months ago

Douglas County Bank will be hosting an event on May 19th from 9am to Noon at the Downtown Branch on 9th and Kentucky. Shred up to 200 pounds for free! We will also provide Electronics Recycling! There is no charge for most items with a power cord. A $10 fee for computer monitors and $15 for televisions, to help with the recycling of the tubes inside. will apply but all other items are completely free to recycle. If you need to know how long to keep documents you can stop by any of Douglas County Bank's 7 locations to pick up a Record Retention List.

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