Woods: Benefits of ‘Shred Day’
By Signal Contributor
Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

On behalf of Eternal Valley Memorial Park, I want to personally thank everyone who participated in our community Shred Day Event. As a community we made a significant impact on our environment, as well as protecting ourselves and our loved ones’ personal information.

Together, we shredded and recycled close to two tons of paper and cardboard. The environmental impact of this includes saving tens of trees, electricity, and water; and keeping trash out of landfills and pollution out of the environment.

Again, thank you for participating. We hope to continue these shred events on an annual basis.

Curtis Woods II, General Manager
Eternal Valley Memorial Park

 

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Woods: Benefits of ‘Shred Day’

On behalf of Eternal Valley Memorial Park, I want to personally thank everyone who participated in our community Shred Day Event. As a community we made a significant impact on our environment, as well as protecting ourselves and our loved ones’ personal information.

Together, we shredded and recycled close to two tons of paper and cardboard. The environmental impact of this includes saving tens of trees, electricity, and water; and keeping trash out of landfills and pollution out of the environment.

Again, thank you for participating. We hope to continue these shred events on an annual basis.

Curtis Woods II, General Manager
Eternal Valley Memorial Park