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  1. KEEP SUFFOLK BEAUTIFUL PARTNERS WITH SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO ENCOURAGE DOCUMENT SHREDDING AT RECYCLING DRIVE PARTNERS WITH SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO ENCOURAGE DOCUMENT SHREDDING AT RECYCLING DRIVE

    February 20, 2021, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Nansemond River High School - parking lot

    Sheriff’s Office is encouraging residents to take advantage of secure document shredding to help protect against identity theft. This is also the perfect opportunity to safely dispose of personal documents while cleaning out your files for tax season. Items for recycling include: -Electronics (No tube TV’s) -Gently Used Clothing -Wares -Batteries -Plastic Bottles and Jugs #1 & #2 -Cardboard, Paper and Magazines -Plastic Bags -Glass Containers The drive will also be collecting household hazardous waste such as, oil, gasoline, antifreeze, cleaners, propane tanks, pesticides, CFL lightbulbs, and more. The disposal of such items is limited to five gallons of liquid, or 75 pounds of solid waste, and you must show a Suffolk ID. During busy periods, there is a limit of 3 grocery bags of personal documents for shredding. All who attend are asked to wear masks and observe at least 6 feet of social distancing as they unload their vehicles.

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