Protect your identity by shredding your sensitive documents
Brambleton Town Center is hosting a free Community Safety Shred event on Saturday, May 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The shred will be set up in the parking lot behind the theater parking garage (North Star/Soave Drive).
The event will provide Loudoun residents with the opportunity to protect their identities by shredding sensitive documents. The truck-mounted shredder can accept all types of paper documents, manila folders (even those with rubber bands, staples, paper clips or other small fasteners); however, binders, plastic report covers, hanging file folders, cardboard, plastic bags, CDs and DVDs, floppy disks, hard drivers and x-ray film will not be accepted. Again this year we will have the truck to shred hard drives with a $10 charge per each hard drive. Due to limited capacity, shredding is restricted to individual use only with a limit of 5 boxes per vehicle. After the event, all shredded material will be recycled.
“The shredder can handle as much as 5 tons of paper. Last year we reached capacity before the end of the event, so we recommend that people come early,” said Steven Theobald, general manager of Proshred Security.
Anchored by Harris Teeter, and Regal Fox Cinema, Brambleton Town Center is located at the intersection of Ryan Road (Rt. 722) and Olympia Drive in Ashburn. The center is owned by Brambleton Town Center Associates, LLC. Rappaport (www.rappaportco.com) of McLean, Va. provides property management, leasing and marketing services for the center.