Free Shred Day in San Antonio

Great news for those of you in search of a Free Shred Day in San Antonio – GO Month (Get Organized Month) Event 2013

Goodwill - declutter, donate, change livesAn organization called NAPO San Antonio will hold its 3rd Annual Clear Your Clutter Day and free shred event on Saturday, January 12, 2013, from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. at the Goodwill at 281 & Bitters.

 

Here’s their information:

Free SHREDDING!

  • 1st letter size box is FREE!
  • Additional letter size box: $5
  • Additional legal size box: $8

 

Don’t Miss Your Chance – Drop off for FREE:

  • One carload of unwanted items*
  • Computers, electronics
  • Furniture, antiques, framed pictures
  • Cookware, dishes, housewares
  • Clothing, jewelry, shoes
  • Games, toys, sporting goods
  • Books, lamps, office supplies

*Please note, flammable, corrosive, toxic, poisonous, reactive, or explosive (including paint and batteries) cannot be accepted at this event.

 

 

NAPO San Antonio - National Association of Professional OrganizersAbout NAPO San Antonio: This is the local chapter of the National Association for Professional Organizers. NAPO separates the pros from the pack. If you need organizing help from a reliable source, visit www.NAPOSanAntonio.com.

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3 Comments
  • CAROL KOBERNAT
    Posted at 17:23h, 02 January

    On the free shred day coming up on Jan 12th, will the documents be shred while I’m there?

    • Helene Segura
      Posted at 17:34h, 02 January

      Great question! Yes, Pinnacle Shredding will have their truck onsite. If you want to wait to watch your papers go through the shredder, you are more than welcome. Last year during the busiest period of the day, the longest wait was about 15 minutes.

  • Helene Segura
    Posted at 11:47h, 11 January

    Here are a few more questions that came in from readers, along with the answers:

    Q1. What is you have boxes that are not letter size? Can they still be shredded and if so, what is the charge for them beyond the first one? For instance we have papers in plastic containers and tubs.

    A1: When folks bring in boxes or bags that aren’t exactly letter or legal size, Pinnacle will give them an estimate. Example: That’s about 5 legal size boxes. Or, that’s about 2 legal size and 1 letter size.

    Q2: What form does payment need to be made in for the shredding?

    A2: CASH, please! And if you can bring exact change, that’s even better!!

    Q3: Is there a limit on how many boxes we can bring?

    A3: To my knowledge, there is no limit, but they’re also expecting residential shredding and not large business jobs. If you can keep it to perhaps 5 legal size boxes per vehicle, I don’t think they’ll have a problem taking it.

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