Paper shredding on Saturday

From left are Chris Walker of Santaguida Sanitation, John H. Howland, president and CEO of The First Bank of Greenwich, Jimmy Santaguida, owner of Santaguida Sanitation and Frank J. Gaudio, SVP at The First Bank of Greenwich at the tree planting.

From left are Chris Walker of Santaguida Sanitation, John H. Howland, president and CEO of The First Bank of Greenwich, Jimmy Santaguida, owner of Santaguida Sanitation and Frank J. Gaudio, SVP at The First Bank of Greenwich at the tree planting.

Got papers that you need to shred but don’t know how to do it or don’t have the time? This Saturday there is a chance to take care of it while helping the town.

On Saturday, Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Island Beach parking lot, the shredding event is organized by the Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board and Greenwich Green & Clean and, while providing an opportunity to dispose safely of personal documents, encourages proper recycling practices.

The sponsors of the spring and fall shredding events planted an oak tree at the Island Beach parking lot In celebration of shredding 30 tons of paper, saving the equivalent of over 500 trees since April 2012.

Donate a can of tuna or fruit or $1 per box with a maximum of eight boxes. If there are questions, email [email protected]

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