FREE Kane County SHREDDING EVENT
When: October 12th, 2013, 8am and 12noon
Where: 540 S. Randall Road in St. Charles.
YES: This shredding service is for documents containing confidential information such as bank account numbers and details, social security numbers, dates of birth and other sensitive information.
NO: Information like name, address, and phone numbers are not considered confidential as they can be found in phone directories or in common records. Those kinds of information do not need to be shredded. Junk mail does not need to be shredded. Please place these items in your household recycling bin for collection at the curb.
First, try calling your bank to see if they have a free yearly shredding event for their customers; they sometimes do.
Also, you can remove the section of the sheet of paper with the confidential information on it, rip it into small pieces putting some in one bin and some in another, and recycle the rest of the sheet of paper with your household recycling.
If you have a large quantity or donï¿½t want to hassle with the above method you might try the following:and need something sooner than the next event, here is a list of some companies that offer shredding services in this area.
- Acme Document Destruction: 866.965.7291
- ATR ï¿½ Advanced Technology Recycler: 815.844.7779
- Cintas Document Management: 708.345.8392
- Groot - Accurate Document Destruction: 800.407.4733
Note: This list is not all inclusive, nor does Kane County promote any of these businesses above others. It is simply a list of options for confidential document shredding services, meant to serve as a helpful guide.