(Orland Township, IL – Oct. 2, 2019) – Orland Township will host a free shredding and electronic recycling event for Township residents who want to safely dispose of unwanted personal documents and rid themselves of old electronics, according to the office of Supervisor Paul O’Grady.
ProShred trucks will be on site and all paper shredding will be free. Residents are limited to five banker boxes of shredding. This event is not intended for businesses.
“This is a great way to safely part with old, personal documents,” said Supervisor O’Grady. “I encourage residents to take advantage of both the shredding and electronic recycling opportunities offered at this event.”
Electronic recycling will be accepted at the event. Coupons must be purchased for all televisions and computer monitors. Computer monitors and televisions should be measured diagonally: those that are smaller than 21 inches are $25; those that are 21 inches and larger are $35. Coupons can be pre-purchased at recycle.eworksesi.org or at the event by credit card only.
The Orland Township Shred and Electronic Recycling Event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Orland Township Highway Department, 16125 S. Wolf Rd., Orland Park.
The event is for Orland Township residents only and residents are asked to bring I.D.
Click here for a list of accepted items or contact the Highway Department at (708) 403-5148.