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Shred-It to shred items for free this week after traffic congestion Saturday

When it's safe to shred old documents
Posted at 12:51 PM, Sep 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-15 04:22:55-04

CINCINNATI — The WCPO 9 Shred Day, sponsored by Furniture Fair, took place Saturday morning, but after a crash on I-275 which shut the highway down for hours that day, a lot of traffic from other crashes and the Trump parade all brought on added traffic congestion, Shred-It, a paper document shredding company, decided to accept items to shred for free this week.

To get your paper documents shredded, you have to drop them off at Shred-It's location in Fairfield at 6838 Fairfield Business Center Dr. from Monday, Sept. 14, through Friday, Sept. 18, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

What you can shred: All paper, rubber bands, paper clips, staples, notebooks, file folders, alligator clips, blueprints.

What you CAN NOT shred: Batteries, metal items, hard drives, computers, electronics, plastic bottles, glass, perishable items, food, liquids.

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