Osage City Shred Day Event – Free: 9-11 a.m. Saturday, May 12, 2018

Osage City Shred Day Event
Location: City of Osage City
Street Department, 
216 S. 9th Street
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Each year individuals and households accumulate many personal financial and health documents which require secure disposal to prevent Identity Theft.

City of Osage City in connection with Document Resources, a Division of Underground Vaults & Storage, is having a FREE Shred Day to dispose of the general public’s personal documents and files at NO CHARGE.

Individuals and households can bring their items to the Street Department Shred Day event at 216 S. 9th Street between 9:00 am and 11:00 am on 05/12/2018 so they can be gathered for destruction, including recycling the destroyed remains. The public need not worry about removing staples or paper clips, or burning up their personal shredder. Professional shredding equipment will take care of them. For compliance reasons, only personal and household materials will be accepted the day of the event. Limit of three (3) boxes or bags per household please.

This is our way of helping our community combat identity theft and say thank you for the many years of community support we have received. Call us at 785-528-3714 with any questions.

Document Resources is a division of Underground Vaults & Storage based in Hutchinson, Kansas, and we specialize in the destruction of paper, non-paper media, hard drives, and recycling electronics. We are the only Kansas based and owned entity that is NAID AAA Certified for on-site and off-site shredding and hard drive destruction. NAID, the National Association of Information Destruction, sets strict guidelines to protect privacy and the AAA rating is the highest rating. Since 1959, Underground Vaults & Storage has provided records and information management solutions to the business community.


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