A Shredding Collaboration
Sergeant Shredder is pleased to join forces with Riverside Sheriff Department, the Calemsa Police Department and The Shoppes at Calimesa. We’re hosting a free shredding event to benefit Calimesa citizens. Here are the particulars:
Saturday, April 12, 2014
9am to 1pm
Calimesa Shoppes Parking Log
Calimesa Blvd & Myrtlewood Drive
Calimesa, CA 92320
Jump Start on Spring Cleaning
This this Calimesa free shredding event is the perfect time to start Spring Cleaning. Got old files cluttering up the garage? Is your filing cabinet bursting at the seams with obsolete tax records? Want to get rid of boxes of sensitive paper? Then this free shredding event offers a prime opportunity to de-clutter while protecting yourself from identity theft.
The free Calimesa shredding event on April 12 is expected to be a lot of fun. Here’s what you need to know:
- Everyone is welcome. Please invite your co-workers, friends and neighbors.
- Our shredding truck can handle staples and paperclips. No need to presort your sensitive papers. We can shred 8,000 pounds of paper per hour. So help us fill up our truck!
- We’re shredding only paper. Please no cardboard, plastic, magazines, newpapers or e-Waste.
Got questions about this Calimesa free shredding event? Call Deputy David Greenwalt at the Cabazon Sheriff’s Station – 951-922-7100.
Can’t Make The Calimesa Free Shredding Event?
Do you have a bunch of papers to shred but you’re busy this Saturday? No problem. Sergeant Shredder can still help. We offer one-time shredding services. Our state-of-the-art shredding truck comes to you. No need to lift heavy boxes. Just give us a call and we can provide a quote. We’ll safely shred your documents right before your eyes… then recycle it. Spring cleaning should be this easy!
Want to Sponsor a Community Shredding Event?
As a Southern California based company, we are doing our part to keep clean and safe. Every year we support local charities and organizations with free shredding events like the one next weekend in Calimesa. Not only do we shred a million pounds of material, we recycle everything. That’s good for you and our SoCal environment.