Documents for Shredding - Where do I take them?

We accept documents to be shredded at our Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) at 1005 College Avenue. CHaRM is open by appointment only during Covid-19, with slots available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. To make an appointment, please visit and click the orange "Make an appointment" button.

To cover our costs of processing, we do charge a fee of $2 per bankers box (or equivalent size) for document shredding. We charge an additional facility fee of $2 per visit for ACC customers and $5 per visit for out of county. If you have a different size container, box or bag, we will charge accordingly based on the estimated size, relative to a bankers box.

At the CHaRM, your documents will be placed in a locked roll cart in the facility, where they will be collected and shredded on site by Lindsay Group document destruction company. They then bring the shredded paper material to our recycling facility for processing, baling, and shipment to the paper market to be recycled into new products.

If you have further questions, please email or call 706-613-3501 x8. 

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1. Documents for Shredding - Where do I take them?
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3. Q: How and where can I recycle plastic bags and other stretchy plastics?
4. Q: How do I recycle Shredded Paper? Why can it not go in the bin?
5. Q: What is single stream recycling?
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9. Q: My roll-cart is full and I I have more recyclables. What do I do?
10. Q: Why can’t plastic bags, wraps, etc., be recycled on the curb or at a drop-off site?
11. Q: Plastics are confusing, which ones can I recycle?
12. Q: Can caps and lids be left on containers for recycling?
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