Community Shred Day
Upcoming Shred Events:
Littleton/Ken-Caryl Branch - July 10
9am - 10am (CCU Members only)
10am - 12pm (open to the public)
10026 W. San Juan Way
- Shred items accepted until truck reaches capacity.
- Limit two boxes per car.
- Boxes cannot be left at the event site. Please take them with you.
- Residential shredding only. No commercial shredding.
What should you shred?
- Personal Files
- Bank Statements
- Receipts with personal information
- Canceled/voided checks
- Any documents containing personal information
What NOT to shred*?
- Paper clips
- Binder Clips
- 3-ring binders
- Plastic file folder tabs
What should be recycled and not shredded?
- Greeting cards
- Food/shopping receipts
- Newspapers and magazines
- Junk mail
*Please note that NO plastic, aluminum, cardboard, electronics, magazines, catalogs, books, or telephone books will be accepted. NO metal bigger than a staple or paperclips.
Here are other resources to help you determine what to keep or shred.
What happens to the shredded paper?
All shredded materials are recycled in a secure, environmentally friendly manner.
Help save trees and the environment by going paperless today.
Go paperless by enrolling in electronic statements. You can sign up online, in the mobile app or in a branch.
Other ways to go paperless:
- Sign up for digital baking. With our online and mobile platforms, you can save yourself time and money through accessing your accounts 24/7.
- Pay your bills online or in the mobile app instead of mailing a paper check
Shred Day 2020:
The Shred Day Event was a success. In addition to shredding important documents for our members and the surrounding communities, together we raised over $2,200 in cash donation and donated over 700 pounds of food to Food Bank of the Rockies. Well done, everyone! Colorado Credit Union and Food Bank of the Rockies gives many thanks to all the generous donations.