BBB to Host ‘Shred Day’ Saturday, May 3 in Decatur

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TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) - Have you been boxing up old important papers or hard drives? The next Shred Day, offered by the Better Business Bureau of North Alabama, will be in Decatur on Saturday, May 3.

The event will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at Calhoun Community College on Highway 31.

You can bring up to three large bags/boxes of documents and computer hard drives to be shredded or destroyed on site in a quick and easy drive-through arrangement.  Hard drives must be removed from the computer. Secure Destruction Service will handle the shredding process.

You do not have to remove staples or paperclips from documents to be shredded.

For more information, call the Better Business Bureau of North Alabama at (256) 355-5170 or (256) 533-1640.


  • Skillpot

    “Secure Your ID Day in Huntsville will be Saturday, April 26 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in the Davidson Center parking lot.”

    Why does it have to be at the most inconvenient place in the city/county? Just take a moment ,and look at what it entails to get to the Rocket Center!

    Why not at a convenient place, like at different locations, that are easily accessible?

    But, thanks BBB for making, even the planned location, for us!

  • Skillpot

    Dang, and in spite of the USDOT, and ALDOT planning of the street layouts, like the overpasses on Memorial Parkway, Triana Blvd, County Line Road access, not to mention the mess created at 1 Tranquility Place (Space and Rocket Center), I took my boxes of items to be shredded! Very fast, and efficient, once I got to destination!

    I did not like the idea of leaving my boxes to be shredded! There, I lost control!

    Remember, I cannot trust my spouse, preacher, doctor, and others, so!

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