HAMILTON, NJ --  Time to get rid of those piles of papers stacked up around the house.  Hamilton Township will host it's final paper shredding event on Saturday, September 21st between 8:00 am and 12 noon, or until the shredding truck is full.  

“We encourage residents to take advantage of this popular service to dispose of their paper materials in an environmentally friendly way, while helping to protect themselves against identity theft,” said Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede

Residents will be able to shred paper materials and file folders, up to a 100 lb. limit.  Business or commercial materials are prohibited from this service.   Other prohibited items include CD’s, VHS tapes, DVD’s, plastic cases, computer hardware, metal, trash items, food products, x-rays, cardboard or similar items.

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The shredding event will be held at the Hamilton Township Police Division Headquarters located at 1270 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road on the “Municipal Court” side of the complex. Attendees for the paper shredding event must enter the complex from Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. Way. 

The free event is open only to Hamilton Township residents who provide proof of residency such as a driver’s license, tax bill or utility bill.  

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