BERRIEN SPRINGS, MICHIGAN – March 6, 2023 – In partnership with Data Guardian and Marquette County Landfill, Honor Credit Union is excited to announce its 2023 Free Community Shred Day schedule.
Honor’s free community shred days are the perfect opportunity to safely dispose of all sensitive documents you no longer need, such as tax forms or other documents that include your personal information.
For the 2023 shred event season, Honor will once again be partnering with its valued business members to co-host select shred day events across its member center communities. This partnership provides an enhanced space for the shred days and a chance for Honor to showcase its business partners in the community.
Each event will be operated as a drive-thru service. When attending an event near you, we kindly ask you to limit shred to 10 boxes or bags per household. Please drive up alongside the member center or designated area where a team member will take your documents to the shred truck on site. Please note that documents will not be shredded on site but will be safely transferred and destroyed by Honor’s trusted shred partners.
2023 Shred Day Schedule
Locally owned and operated in Kalamazoo since 2004, Data Guardian is certified in Paper Records Destruction, Micro-Media Destruction, Non-Paper Media Destruction, Hard Drive Destruction, and Scanning and Imaging. Learn more about Data Guardian by visiting www.dataguardianmi.com.
ABOUT HONOR CREDIT UNION
Honor Credit Union is a non-profit, full-service financial institution serving over 100,000 members in 28 member center communities throughout western and northern Michigan.
Providing solutions for your financial success and giving back to the communities we serve remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union. For more information, call 800.442.2800, or visit www.honorcu.com.
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A total of 67,629 pounds of paper was collected and shredded at the 2022 free shred day events across Honor communities. Read more about the environment impact.
It’s important to know what qualifies as an important sensitive personal document, how you should store them, and how to destroy them.