FAIRFIELD — The city and its partners will offer free document shredding services, e-waste collection and used clothing collection this month to area residents.
It takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 28 in the parking lot at the corner of Jefferson and Empire streets in downtown Fairfield. It’s part of a monthly occurrence that began the last Saturday in May and continues the last Saturday of the month through October.
Document shredding services are offered by Gone for Good, which is based in Fairfield and is a nonprofit branch of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay. The company will provide a certificate of destruction. Individuals may have up to 10 boxes of documents shredded free of charge.
The event also offers free e-waste collection and serves as a drop-off point for those who wish to donate used clothing. The monthly service is a partnership between the city, the Fairfield Main Street Association and United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay.
For more information, call Bruce Mullenix at 430-4380 or visit www.goneforgooducpnb.com.
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