Krueger, Kane to host free shredding, drug take back event
FOLSOM, Sept 29 – State Rep. Leanne Krueger and state Sen. John Kane will host a free shredding and drug take back event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 16.
The event will take place in the parking lot at Northley Middle School, 2801 Concord Road, Aston. Attendees should enter from Concord Road.
Residents can bring up to four boxes of paper to have it shredded on site. No electronics are accepted. The Delaware County Mobile Drug Collection Unit will be available to collect unneeded medications.
“This event is all about making it easier for residents to discard old papers and medications safely. Proper disposal of unneeded medications can prevent misuse and shredding those old papers that contain confidential information helps to prevent identity theft,” said Krueger. “I’m happy we can host this event to help our constituents.”
Kane said, “Properly disposing of documents with personal information and medications is incredibly important. I'm glad to be co-hosting this event with Representative Krueger to make that easier for residents of Delaware County.”
Anyone with questions should contact Krueger’s office at 610-534-6880.