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Newport Beach

Volume 6, Issue 29  | April 9, 2021


Document shredding and e-waste disposal day set by city

The City of Newport Beach, in conjunction with CR&R, has scheduled a Free Document Shredding and E-Waste Disposal Event for Saturday, April 24 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at Harbor Day School.

Newport Beach residents are invited to bring documents and household electronic waste for free shredding and disposal. Residency will be verified, so please bring identification.

Residents can bring up to 10 standard file boxes of acceptable items including bank and financial statements, credit card statements or pre-approved credit card offers, old IRS tax forms, checks or bills, old credit cards and plastic/paper membership cards, and junk mail (of any size and color).

These documents can be bound with staples or paper clips.

Unfortunately, the shredder cannot accommodate X-rays or larger plastic items such as binders. 

Materials will be shredded on site. 

For the e-waste disposal, acceptable items include computers, computer monitors, keyboards, televisions, printers, DVD players, cell phones and other small electronic devices.

No other household hazardous waste will be accepted.

Harbor Day School is located at 3343 Pacific View Drive in Corona del Mar.

For more information, go to www.newportbeachca.gov/shred or call 949.644.3055.

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