Document Shredding Day

The A Through Z Document Destruction / Shred It, Laramie County Community College’s choice for recycling or shredding papers, is offering free recycling to LCCC faculty and staff.  

Each person is limited to 100 pounds, or two copy paper sized boxes. Using “Certificates of Destruction,” a hammer-mill process is the destruction method involving shrinking all paper into thumbnail size. This service is available upon request. Staples, paper clips or two prong fasteners do not need to be removed. Plastic, binder clips, magazines, newspapers and trash are not allowed.

The free personal shred day will be held on Friday, Sept. 22 from 1 a.m. to 12:30 p.m in the Health Science parking lot. For questions or more information, call Sheri Johnson, Executive Administrative Assistant, at (307) 778-1153.

About Sierra Hennelly (17 Articles)
I have lived in Cheyenne for more than 10 years. I have been fascinated by art and design since my time in Henderson Elementary School. When I entered into high school, I began getting into media. I’ve worked on computer graphics in CorelDraw and digital art on Photoshop. I started going to Laramie County Community College in June 2015 in the same week as graduating from East High School. My interests are usually about animation, video games and I would like to become a graphic designer in the future.

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