Delloso to host E-Cycle and Shred Event March 13

RIDLEY PARK, March 2 – State Rep. David Delloso, D-Delaware, will host an E-Cycle and Shred Event from 9 a.m. to noon March 13 at Norwood Fire Co., 336 Chester Pike.

“Identity theft upends the lives of the people it affects every year,” Delloso said. “My E-Cycle and Shred Event offers a chance for residents to safely dispose of old hard drives and paper documents containing personal information.”

The event has a limit of four bags or boxes of paper documents per household. All paper documents will be safely shredded and then recycled. Magazines and newspapers will not be accepted.

Electronic devices will be strictly limited to desktop computers/towers, laptops, tablets, hard drives and smart phones. No other devices will be accepted.

The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office has agreed to bring the Drug Take Back Van for residents to safely dispose of expired or unwanted prescription drugs.

In an effort to keep the public and volunteers safe during this health pandemic, residents are asked to wear a mask when interacting with volunteers. Residents are also asked to remain in their vehicles so volunteers can unload their documents/electronics from the trunks of vehicles. 

Questions and details on the event can be found by contacting Delloso’s office at 610-534-1002.