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Document shredding event set for Feb. 17

January 30, 2018

Document ShreddingShred your sensitive documents and recycle cooking fats, oils and grease (FOG), fluorescent bulbs and gently used clothes and shoes on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Panera Bread, 11715 Medlock Bridge Road.

The City of Johns Creek, Keep Johns Creek Beautiful, and Panera Bread Co. on Medlock Bridge Road are offering the free event, which is set from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Documents will be shred on-site, and all of the paper will be recycled. Donated clothing and shoes will be donated to American Kidney Services.
 
For more information about the shredding and recycling event, contact Keep Johns Creek Beautiful at 770-551-7766, email info@knfb.org, or visit Keep Johns Creek Beautiful’s website.  This event is free for residents of the City of Johns Creek; however, there is a fee of up to $5 to recycle fluorescent bulbs for non-residents. There is a limit of 10 boxes of shreddable documents per customer.
 
This event does NOT include electronics recycling.

What: Document shredding and recycling of cooking oils, fluorescent bulbs, and clothing.
When: Feb. 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Panera Bread Co., 11715 Medlock Bridge Rd.
Cost: free for residents of the City of Johns Creek; however, there is a fee of up to $5 to recycle fluorescent bulbs for non-residents.