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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Shredding

Moving is an opportunity to get rid of accumulated paper. Some of which needs to be shredded, against identity theft.

I have long had a home shredder. Just bought one with an automatic feeder.

But still it can be a hassle to shred a lot of mixed items. Shredder jams, plastic cards in unopened envelopes, etc.

Locally, Office Depot charges 99 cents a pound to shred.  Office Max charges 79 cents a pound to shred.

$$$, but possibly better than spending a lot of time feeding a small home shredder. And hopefully better shredding, more secure.

I can hear my auto-feeding shredder get .. not jammed, the opposite of jammed.

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