East Windsor Township Holds Document Shredding/Recycling Day on Wednesday, July 10

Published on Jun 26, 2019 at 11:09a.m.

Mayor Janice S. Mironov announced that East Windsor Township will be holding a Township Document Shedding Recycling Day on Wednesday, July 10.  The Township event, sponsored by Mayor Mironov and Council Members in conjunction with the East Windsor Clean Communities Committee, will be held on Wednesday July 10, from 4 P.M. to 8 P.M. at the East Windsor Township Senior Center, located at 40 Lanning Boulevard.

Free document shredding will be available to East Windsor residents to dispose of unwanted and unneeded documents.  There is a limit of ten boxes per household, and the service is limited to East Windsor residents.  No commercial entities are permitted.  Mayor Mironov stated, “This is a great opportunity for East Windsor residents to dispose of old or confidential documents in a secure manner.  Document shredding provides a non-recoverable tool for providing confidentiality and protecting against identify theft.” 

At the July 10 East Windsor Recycling Day, residents will be able to drop off and dispose of cell phones and toner cartridges, fluorescent bulbs and batteries.  The East Windsor Lions Club will be on-site collecting used eye glasses, which are cleaned and distributed for use to those in need. RISE will have trucks on-site to collect clothing, shoes, blankets, housewares (plates, mugs and related items) and usable furniture.  Charitable donation receipts will be provided.

At this July 10 event, electronics will NOT be accepted, including televisions, computers, computer monitors and accessories and non-working appliances.  These electronic items can be dropped off Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Public Works Facility at the corner of Ward Street and Etra Road.  

Mayor Mironov stated, “We are committed to recycling in East Windsor Township and thereby reducing the Township’s solid waste costs, while helping to preserve a greener environment.  This is an environmentally positive and convenient opportunity for residents to shred documents at no cost and to help support worthwhile area groups and efforts, while helping the Township reduce landfill costs and preserve the environment.”

For further information regarding the event, call (609) 443-4000, ext. 215.

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