Join us for our FREE Annual Shred-it Event!
Need to securely dispose of your old, confidential documents? We can help!
As a thank you to our customers and communities, we are pleased to provide a FREE 3-hour Shred-it event at each of our Pittsburgh stores*. Stop by to safely and securely dispose of your unwanted documents, while also helping the environment!
A couple of important notes:
- At this year’s event, we are kindly asking that you provide a voluntary cash or school supply donation to benefit The Education Partnership, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing school supplies to local children in need. All donations will go directly to The Education Partnership.
- Just a reminder that we pay for these events as a thank you to our communities. To ensure that we are able serve the most people, there is a limit of 5 banker’s boxes (or the equivalent) per person. We will gladly shred more for you during the last hour of the event if there is space remaining in the shredding truck.
- Please be careful to remove any binder clips prior to shredding. Paper clips, staples and window envelopes are safe to shred.
The 2017 Event Schedule:
|Guardian Storage Location||Date||Time|
|Waterfront||Thurs. Apr 13||10am-1pm|
|Strip District||Thurs. Apr 13||10am-1pm|
|Ross Township||Fri. Apr 14||10am-1pm|
|Pleasant Hills||Fri. Apr 14||10am-1pm|
|Shadyside||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|Monroeville||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|Bridgeville||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|Fox Chapel||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|Washington||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|Cranberry||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
|North Huntingdon||Sat. Apr 15||10am-1pm|
*Please note that Guardian Storage in Bloomfield will not hold a Shred-It event in 2017.
Shred-it is the world’s leading document destruction and recycling company. They pride themselves on being reliable, convenient, and most importantly, secure. Shred-it’s secure document shredding process not only protects your security needs, but also helps the environment. After your sensitive material is collected, shredded and baled, all shredded material is then recycled.