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Free Paper Shred Event in Lisle Park

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Lisle’s Largest FREE Paper Shred Event is back!

Lisle Park District residents can drive up and drop of documents for FREE, secure, off-site destruction. All shredded material is recycled and you save 17 trees for every ton of paper recycled. The shredder will accept: Documents with paper clips, staples or binder clips, junk mail, envelopes, cancelled checks, etc. The shredder will not accept: plastic, binders, cardboard, or other non-paper items. Please bring your paper items ONLY in disposable bags. Absolutely NO cardboard boxes will be accepted.

Here are the event details: 

This event is on Saturday, April 20th from 9am – 12pm (noon).

Location Lisle Senior High Parking Lot

1800 Short Street in Lisle

Limit of 5 disposable bags per car

For more information, please contact Lisa Leone at (630) 353-4304 or email lleone@lisleparkdistrict.org.

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