Free Paper Shred Event - Information

Now is the perfect time to get rid of those dusty

documents stacking up in your garage and make space for new ones!

Thank you to our Co-Sponsor

New American Funding


Why Shred?

Prevent consumer fraud and identity theft by bringing your confidential documents to be shredded, free of charge.

Acceptable items include old checks, tax returns, financial statements, medical records, and legal documents.

Once the documents are destroyed, they will be transferred straight to a recycling facility. The shredded pieces are then used to create recycled paper products, among other things.


Do I have to remove staples, paper clips, etc?

No, but you should take paperwork out of binders and notebooks. You can keep paperwork in boxes and shred that as well.

Do I need to sort out the paper?

No, Shred-It Mobile Paper Shredding and Recycling bonded and professional employees are trained to quickly and accurately process and shred the material.

What can be shredded?

Financial and legal documents, receipts, tax and medical records, plus floppy disks, CDs and VHS cassettes can all be shredded.

Will my boxes be returned after my documents are shredded?

No. Unfortunately, all boxes are non-returnable.

What happens after the paper has been shredded?

The destroyed documents, in the form of confetti-sized pieces, are transferred to a recycling facility where they return to the marketplace in the form of items such as recycled household-paper products.

Can I pull directly up to the shredding trucks and/or watch my documents be shredded?

Yes. You can wait and see your documents shredded on site.


Is there a charge for this service?

No, CalNeva Realty and New American Funding have teamed together and are offering this as a FREE service to the community.



The National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) is the non-profit organization that sets the standards for the document destruction industry. A NAID AAA Certified shredding provider must prove they adhere to strict security protocols. When NAID certifies an organization, they must first undergo an audit of their hiring practices, security procedures, equipment, security cameras, service vehicles and facilities.