NCC Shred It Day, and Food Drive, AND eWaste – Oct 26 2013

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When:
October 26, 2013 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Where:
1700 Morse Road
A, Columbus, OH 43229
USA

THE 16th SEMI-ANNUAL
Northland Community Shredding Day and food drive to benefit Mid-Ohio Foodbank

Saturday, October 26, 2013 – 10 am to 2 pm
1700 Morse Road (Former Kohl’s location)

Help protect yourself and your family from identity theft! Bring personal papers, computer disks and other materials* containing unneeded confidential information to our Community Shredding Day to be shredded using Fireproof Records Center’s mobile shredding unit at no charge. Keep these materials out of the hands of identity thieves! Please bring three non-perishable food items (e.g., boxed dry foods; canned meats, fruits and vegetables; cereals and mixes; pasta and rice) to donate to Mid-Ohio Foodbank to help feed hungry people in central Ohio. Visit www.midohiofoodbank.org for more information.
To learn more about identity theft, visit the Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Web site at www.ftc.gov/idtheft.
* Limit 5 boxes or paper bags, please.

Special Event!
e-Waste Recycle Drive
What is e-Waste? Unwanted consumer and business electronic products and equipment nearing the end of their useful life are called e-Waste or e-scrap.
RecycleGirl/TME collects unwanted consumer and business electronic products and equipment nearing the end of their useful life, including computers, computer components, TVs, monitors, VCRs, DVD players, tapes, CDs, stereos, telephones, cell phones, PDAs, cameras, chargers, power adapters, printers, copiers, scanners, fax machines, ink and toner cartridges, networking equipment (servers, routers), cable cords and connectors, Lithium Ion (rechargeable) batteries, digital cable boxes, MP3 players (iPOD, etc), video game systems, stereo equipment, audio-video equipment, and appliances (microwaves, fitness equipment, vacuums, etc). A $10 donation/disposal fee is required for CRT computer monitors or TVs.
RecycleGirl/TME e-waste recycling collections support community programs for youth and adults. For more information, visit www.mindseyesinc.org, or call (937) 360-1547.
Presented by the Northland Community Council, RecycleGirl, Through Mind’s Eyes (TME) and the NABA State Route 161 Task Force and endorsed by the Columbus Division of Police with support from Fireproof Records Center and The Ink Well Business Center.

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