EVENT WILL BE HELD AT PENN STATE LEHIGH VALLEY CAMPUS
Senator Pat Browne and Representative Justin Simmons announced that, in conjunction with Upper Saucon Township, they will host a Free Paper Document Shredding Event at Penn State’s Lehigh Valley Campus on Saturday, May 20th from 10 a.m. to Noon.
The event will be held Rain or Shine.
This Free event is open to the residents of Upper Saucon Township. Residents are encouraged to bring old paper documents such as financial statements, credit card and utility bills, and items containing personal or sensitive information, to be shredded on site in an effort to reduce the chances of identity theft and to encourage recycling of paper waste.
There is a limit of four boxes of documents per resident. Unfortunately, we cannot accept documents to be shredded from businesses at this time. We must restrict access to individuals only.
“I am pleased to work with Rep. Simmons and Upper Saucon Township to help provide this important service to the residents of Upper Saucon Township,” Senator Browne said. “By disposing of these old personal and financial documents, residents can dramatically reduce their risk of identity theft in a method that is also convenient and environmentally friendly.”
“These days, we need to make sure our private information doesn’t get into the wrong hands by disposing of it properly,” Rep. Simmons said. “We are pleased to provide our constituents with a secure way to shred large amounts of personal documents and reduce the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft.”
The Penn State Lehigh Valley Campus is located at 2809 Saucon Valley Road, Center Valley, PA 18034.
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The media is invited to attend.
Contact: Matt Moyer (610) 821-8468