Shredding and e-waste day tomorrow conducted by City

Newport Beach residents are reminded to bring documents and electronic waste for free shredding and disposal tomorrow, October 17 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Harbor Day School parking lot, 3443 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar.

Residents need to present an ID, as residency will be verified for this event.

Up to ten (10) standard file boxes may be processed for shredding. Acceptable items for shredding include:

–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.

–Junk mail, of any size and color.

–Document can be bound with staples or paper clips.

The shredder cannot accommodate X-rays or larger plastic items such as binders. All material is shredded on site. 

Acceptable items for e-waste collection include:

–Camcorders, CD, DVD and VCR players.

–Cell phones, telephones & answering machines.

–Computer monitors (CRTs & flat screens), Computers/CPUs/laptops.

–Printer/scanner/fax/copiers (desktop).

–Radios of all types.

–Televisions (CRTs and flat screens), video game consoles and accessories.

All data should be removed from electronic items prior to arrival.

All other household hazardous waste will NOT be accepted. However, household hazardous waste materials can be taken to Orange County’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facilities for disposal. Facility information can be found at