Paper shredding can protect identities, for the cost of a can of tuna

FI-Letter-to-the-EditorTo the Editor

How can a can of tuna help protect against identity theft? It can by participating in the next paper shredding event from the Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board.

Thanks to our sponsors The First Bank of Greenwich and Santaguida Sanitation, the Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board offers a safe way to dispose of old financial statements and medical, tax and Social Security records. Bring them along to be shredded on Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Island Beach parking lot.

For each box of documents you bring, just donate a can of tuna or fruit, which will go to help feed our neighbors. And all that paper will go directly to a recycler for reuse.

Last fall, we shredded seven tons of paper, which equated to 120 mature trees. Join us in celebrating Earth Day by shredding your sensitive documents, reaching out to the community and saving precious natural resources. Everyone wins.

For further information, call 203-629-2876.


Sally Davies



The author is the chair of the Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board.

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