BBB Hosting its 10th Annual Shred & E-Cycle Event on April 16th
On Saturday, April 16th, your Better Business Bureau will host its 10th annual shred & e-cycle event to help protect consumers from identity theft. Businesses and individuals are asked to bring old financial statements, IRS tax records, credit card offers, or anything that lists personal information to be commercially shredded onsite.
The event will be held 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at Downtown Ford’s Auction Lot located at 1423 West Tuscarawas Street in Canton 44702 (across from Downtown Ford’s showroom with easy access from I-77). Please enter off Schroyer and exit onto West Tuscarawas. There is no charge for this event, however monetary donations to the BBB Charitable and Educational Fund are welcome and appreciated in order to continue to provide this service. The event will be held rain or shine.
E-cycling of old electronics will also be available. The following items will be collected; those with a fee are marked. Batteries (no Alkaline), Cable, CD’s, Cell Phones, Circuit Boards, Computers, Consumer Electronics, Fluorescent Light Bulbs*, Game Consoles, Ink & Toner Cartridges, IT Equipment, Keyboards, Laptops, Mice, Modems, Monitors*, MP3 Players, Phone Systems, Printers, Routers, Satellite Boxes & Dishes, Servers, Speakers, Switches, Telecom Equipment, Televisions*, UPS Units, Video Games and Wire.
*Fluorescent Lightbulbs - $1.00 for 4ft or smaller, $2.00 for 8 ft
*Monitors and TV’s with glass tube - $20.00 disposal fee
For more information, visit our website or call the BBB office at 330-454-9401.
The event is brought to you by your local Better Business Bureau Charitable & Educational Fund, Inc. and sponsored by Huntington Bank.
The BBB® Charitable & Educational Fund, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports the BBB’s vision of an ethical marketplace, where buyers and sellers can trust each other. Established in 2012, the BBB® Charitable & Educational Fund, Inc., mission is to provide education to businesses, charities and consumers within the communities we serve. See more at our website