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Free Fairfax County Secure Document Shredding
Are you a Fairfax County resident looking to get rid of sensitive documents? If you live in the county, stop by this event and shred them for free.
Residents are limited to shredding a maximum of five medium-sized packing boxes of paper per household. This service is intended for shredding documents of a personal or sensitive nature such as tax documents, medical or financial records. Junk mail, newspapers, magazines and other forms of paper can be recycled through your normal recycling collection service.
Participants are asked remove all paper from binders and remove all paper clips, binder clips and rubber bands. This event is for paper document shredding only. Film and computer discs will not be accepted.
Note: This event is not for medical service providers – it does not fulfill Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, requirements for document destruction.
|Where||Langley High School 6520 Georgetown Pike, Mc Lean, VA 22101|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Langley High School
Langley High School draws its students from the most expensive neighborhoods in McLean and Great Falls. More than 95 percent of the students attend four-year colleges. Langley opened in 1965. Advance placement classes are offered in a variety courses from math to foreign languages. The school has exchange programs with schools in Russia, Germany and Oxford University.