4 Tons Of Documents Shredded At Arnold Event

| February 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Over 100 people took part in a free shredding event Saturday in Arnold, converting old documents into four tons of recyclable shredded paper.

The Shred-A-Thon, held at 544 Broadwater Road in Arnold, was sponsored by KD SpaceLifts, a professional organizing service.  This was the first time SpaceLifts had hosted such an event.

“We met so many wonderful people,” owner Kathleen “KD” Durham said. “I am thrilled with the response and will definitely do this again.”

Document destruction was provided by The Shred Mill, an Anne Arundel County-based business. Owner Peggy Rogers said the shredding process from this event took 6 hours.

“This was the largest, most successful shred event we’ve done in our four years of operation.”

While document shredding can protect private information from identity theft, it also clears a path for better organization.

“Everyone I spoke with was so relieved to be rid of the paper clutter,” SpaceLifts Durham said. “Piles of old documents can become a real physical and mental block.”

For more information on organization services, contact KD SpaceLifts at [email protected] or call 410.804.0207.

Photo: KD SpaceLifts owner, Kathleen “KD” Durham, rests in a mountain of shredded material from the Shred-A-Thon event held in Arnold.

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