STAMFORD, Conn. -- The North Stamford Association, an organization of community residents living north of the Merritt Parkway, is sponsoring a shred and recycle day event on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to noon at Northeast Elementary School in North Stamford.
The NSA is hosting this event along with the City of Stamford, which will be providing dumpsters to allow residents to dispose of household garbage, yard debris, bulky furniture and broken electronics.
The Vietnam Veterans Association will also be on site to collect household items such as gym equipment, electronics, furniture and more, to benefit veterans of Connecticut.
During the three-hour event, the NSA will have an on-site shredding truck allowing NSA members to bring personal documents in need of safe disposal. Nonmembers will be asked to pay $15 for the use of the shredder.
The city-provided dumpsters are free to all.
“Last year’s event was a huge success and many of our members had requested that the NSA conduct this event every year. We are pleased to partner with the City this year to allow residents and our members the opportunity to get rid of items at a location close to home,” said Douglas York, NSA President.
For additional information about the NSA and the items that can be donated to the VVA, click here.
Northeast Elementary School at 82 Scofieldtown Road in North Stamford.