County residents can shred confidential documents for free on April 28

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North Brunswick will hold a residential paper shred program from 9 a.m. to noon on April 28, or until the truck is full, rain or shine, at Babbage Park, Laurel Place, North Brunswick.

The free program allows any resident in the county to shred up to five file boxes or 100 pounds of confidential paperwork safely and securely.

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No need to remove paper clips, staples or binder covers.

Do not bring hardcover books, magazines, newspapers, bulk mail, photographs, X-rays or CDs.

For more information, contact the Middlesex County Solid Waste Management Office at 732-745-4170.

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