Shred Event Draws Huge Turnout; More Shred Opportunities

State Representative Nick Sauer (R-Lake Barrington) sends his thanks to all the residents of the 51st District and Fremont Township for attending the May 6 shred event. He also expressed a huge thank you to Fremont Township and the Fremont CERT Team for donating their time and helping with the event. More than 10,000 pounds of paper were shredded for recycling.

Due to such a large outpouring, the shred truck was filled to capacity and some residents may not have been able to shred all their documents. Below is information for other upcoming shredding opportunities to serve any resident who may not have been able to have all of their documents shredded on May 6. 

Ela Library is hosting a shredding event and small electronic recycling (no tv's) event Saturday, May 13 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Click here for more information. They ask for a non-perishable food donation.

Shredding Events at Local Banks
No plastic bags and a limit of three paper bags or three small boxes for shredding. Items you can shred include tax information and returns, investment records and statements, bank statements, cancelled checks, paycheck stubs, ATM and credit card receipts, credit card statements, insurance, utility bills and other household financial information, personal documents, pictures and more. All paper collected is 100% broken down and recycled. All events will run from 9 a.m. to Noon.  Click here for more information.
  • Saturday, June 3 - Wauconda Community Bank, 495 W. Liberty St. | Wauconda 
  • Saturday, June 24 - Libertyville Bank & Trust, 1200 S. Milwaukee Ave. | Libertyville 
  • Saturday, July 8 - Libertyville Bank & Trust, 201 E. Hurlburt Ct. | Libertyville 
  • Saturday, July 8 - Mundelein Community Bank, 1110 W. Maple Ave. | Mundelein 
Fremont Township also will offer another shredding opportunity on September 30 at their Huge Recycling Event.

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