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SDCCU Free Paper Shredding Events

Free Paper Shredding Events

SDCCU hosts free paper shredding shred events all year long at our branch locations, while our biggest free shredding event happens at SDCCU Stadium. Help your community while also protecting your personal information by bringing all your old personal documents for shredding and recycling. Whether you are a current San Diego County Credit Union member or not, everyone is invited to our free paper shredding events!

  • Non-members welcome
  • Protect your personal information
  • Protect the environment
  • Shred your paper documents for FREE

Shred-it®, the world’s leading document destruction and recycling company, provides onsite paper document shredding at no charge. Their trucks are equipped with advanced shredding technology, so your paper documents will be securely disposed of. Paper documents should be removed from binders prior to shredding, however, staples and paperclips are okay to be shredded.

Where Can I Shred Paper Documents for Free?

Protect your private information as well as the environment! The SDCCU Super Shred Event is held once per year at SDCCU Stadium while we offer smaller free paper shredding events throughout the year at our local branch locations. Shred-it® will be on-site to provide confidential document destruction and recycling at the following locations:
 
Date Time Location
Check back later for details about upcoming shred events!


Items that Cannot be Shredded or Accepted:
  • Batteries
  • Binders
  • Blueprints
  • Electrical items
  • Large metal objects
  • Ink cartridges and toners
  • Electronic media (USB sticks, CD/DVDs, tapes)
  • Glass
  • Pressurized containers
  • Medical waste (pills, syringes, etc.)
  • X-rays
  • Food waste
  • Cardboard tubes
  • Hard drives
  • Product Samples

Please remove the items listed above from the paper documents you would like to be shredded.

Limit 2 boxes (10” x 12” x 15”) per household. All documents will be shredded on-site. Event may end prior to 12 p.m. if shredders reach capacity.