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Posted on: October 2, 2019

Fall Wood Chipping and Shredding Events

*proof of residency may be required for each event

Willistown Township Chipping Day

Saturday, October 19, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Charles E. Coxe Memorial Campus, 688 Sugartown Road, Malvern

Willistown's Recycling Committee to the rescue! Residents may bring tree, brush, and shrub limbs and branches no greater than 8" in diameter. They will be unloaded and chipped free of charge, then returned to Mother Earth! Specifications: Wood other than what is listed will not be accepted. NO bamboo, wooden furniture, ladders, fence posts/rails, telephone poles, landscaping wood, construction wood, paneling, scrap wood, or any wood with nails, hooks, or metal in it. These types of wood will have to be taken home if brought for chipping. Also no leaves or grass. All cut ends of the wood MUST be facing toward the rear of the vehicle or trailer.


Willistown Township Document Shredding

Saturday, November 2, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Charles E. Coxe Memorial Campus, 688 Sugartown Road, Malvern

Here is another opportunity to dispose of sensitive documents that you’ve been storing but have been reluctant to dispose of as trash. Cancelled checks, new checks that you’ll never use, insurance statements, tax forms, charge/bank/debit statements, receipts, savings passbooks, confidential letters, and brokerage statements are some of the many types of sensitive documents that people need to dispose of with finality in this age of identity theft. Shredding will take place on site in a specially equipped truck. Limit: six easy to carry boxes. Please do not tape the boxes closed. NO newspapers, magazines, cardboard, wallpaper, books, sheets of plastic, Pendaflex folders with metal strips, or three-ring binders. Remove all binder clips. Items containing staples, standard paper clips, or rubber bands will be accepted. This is a program for residents, not for commercial enterprises seeking to empty file cabinets. Shredding truck departs at 12:00PM or when it reaches its 5 ton capacity.

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