** The BCUA Shredding Truck will be in HP on Saturday April 23rd, from 9am-1pm

Spring cleaning out your old paperwork? Wonder what to do with it?

The Bergen County Utilities Authority provides wastewater treatment and solid waste management services for the residents of Bergen County. The BCUA  Mobile Paper Shredding Program provides residents the opportunity to have confidential and sensitive personal materials shredded free of charge, either at a regional or a municipal shredding event.

The shredding truck will be at the Borough Hall parking lot in Harrington Park on Saturday 4/23 from 9am-1pm. Bring your papers (no clips, binders, or cardboard) and watch them be shredded. This is open to all Bergen County residents.shredding truck 2  Members of the HP Environmental Commission and Green Team will be in attendance to help as needed with moving boxes and bags to the truck.

For further information about other local shredding dates, please call the BCUA Environmental Programs Hotline at 201-807-5825 or go to the BCUA Web site at: www.bcua.org.

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2 Responses to ** The BCUA Shredding Truck will be in HP on Saturday April 23rd, from 9am-1pm

  1. Reblogged this on Norwood Environmental Commission News and commented:
    Did you miss Norwood’s Shred Day on 4/16? Never fear! On your way to the Northern Valley Earth Fair in Cresskill, stop by Harrington Park and take care of your personal paper clutter!

  2. hpgreenteam says:

    Yes, any Bergen County resident can participate!

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