Thank you to all who participated in the spring and fall 2021 Document Destruction Day events at the City of Dublin Fleet Maintenance complex. Nearly 1,000 vehicles traveled through the drive-thru service and an estimated 47,000 pounds of paper was shredded and recycled.
The City of Dublin plans to host Document Destruction Days in spring and fall 2022. Bookmark this page and check back for updates.
Acceptable items for destruction:
- Paper documents
- Paper receipts
- Paper mail
- File folders
- Hard drives
Other things to note:
- Use Cosgray Road or Avery Road to access Shier Rings Road, as there are road closures on Eiterman Road north and south of Shier Rings Road.
- Staple and binder clips are okay, but remove everything from 3 ring binders, padfolios, and plastic or vinyl folders.
- Photographs cannot be accepted because they contain chemicals that interfere with the paper fibers during the shredding and recycling process.
- For those who have electronics, such as laptops, to dispose of, please check out our weekly e-waste recycling program.
Protocols have been developed in partnership with Franklin County Public Health to ensure the safety of all participants and workers.
Here are some guidelines for attending City shredding events:
- Residents may bring up to five standard-sized file boxes or containers per vehicle.
- Boxes or containers should be placed in the trunk (preferred) or back of the vehicle for easy access and limited contact.
- Boxes should not be sealed or taped.
- File boxes are preferred, but garbage bags will be accepted.
- Staff will remove the containers.
- Residents should remain in their vehicles at all times,
- There will be one lane. Material will be securely transferred to an off-site shredding facility. Please see more information at the update above.
There is no fee for this service.
Should you have any questions, you may contact City of Dublin Public Information Officer Shirley Blaine at email@example.com or by calling 614.410.4523.