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Shred Day at Little Egg Harbor
May 02, 2022
We are hosting another Shred Day and Food Drive, on Saturday, June 4, 2022, in Little Egg Harbor. The event will begin at 9am at the Little Egg Harbor branch, located at 540 Route 9. The event is set to wrap up at 11am, but is subject to end earlier if the truck is full.
We encourage the community to stop by to shred and recycle their paper on site. Materials to shred are limited to two file boxes or 50 lbs, magazines and newspapers will not be accepted. The shred truck recycles 100% of the materials collected. We are also collecting non-perishable food items to be delivered to the Tuckerton Food Pantry.
How It Works
Drive-up Shred Day: Bring your old printouts and documents in the trunk of your car. One of our team members will unload and bring the paper to our on-site shredding truck while you wait safely inside your vehicle.
- Mixed office paper only (no magazines or newspapers).
- Shredded on site, while you watch.
- Limit: 2 file boxes or 50 lbs.
- 100% of materials will be recycled.
When & Where
- Saturday, June 4, 2022
- 540 Route 9, Little Egg Harbor
- 9:00 a.m. to 11 a.m., or until the truck is full
Why It Works
Recycling paper might seem like a small act individually, but it can be a tremendously impactful initiative when we coordinate a Shred Day together. Consider the following:
- Recycling 1 ton of paper saves 17 trees, 7,000 gallons of water, 3 cubic yards of landfill space, and 2 barrels of oil.
- The process of recycling paper generates 74% less air pollution and uses 50% less water than making paper from new materials.
- 40% of all landfill waste is paper.
- U.S. papermakers recycle enough paper daily to fill a 14-mile long train of boxcars.
We hope you’ll join!