MONCO Enterprises, a not-for-profit organization that provides employment for individuals with developmental disabilities, will offer Montgomery County residents the opportunity to use its Secure Document Destruction Service free of charge in early April.
MONCO’s Free Shred Day allows residents to dispose of personal documents safely and securely, thereby reducing opportunities for identity theft. Residential consumers may bring personal documents, old tax information and confidential papers to MONCO’s NAID (National Association for Information Destruction), AAA-certified Shredding Operations Center at 700 Liberty Lane, Dayton, 45449, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, 2016. The building, visible from Interstate 75, is located immediately behind the West Carrollton YMCA.
Residents are limited to a 10 box/bag maximum. No businesses, please.
The MONCO Secure Document Destruction Center is among a number of programs operated by the organization that offer individuals with disabilities the opportunity to serve the community, learn job skills, and earn a paycheck. In this program, individuals use high-speed industrial shredders to securely shred thousands of pounds of documents per hour. MONCO then sells the shredded paper to an approved reprocessing business, where it is recycled.
Questions concerning the event may be directed to Charles Quinn, MONCO production supervisor, at (937) 247-2405. Additional information is available at www.moncoenterprises.com or at www.mcbdds.org.
About MONCO Enterprises: MONCO Enterprises is a not-for-profit organization that helps adults with developmental disabilities find employment. MONCO offers unique and personalized employment placement services based on the interests, skills and abilities of the individuals it serves, and prepares them for working in the community by employing them in programs that offer experiences in secure document destruction, light assembly, dog biscuit baking and packaging, housekeeping, food services, retail sales and vending services.
About MCBDDS: The Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services (MCBDDS) serves more than 3,400 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, most of whom require comprehensive, life-long services. The agency provides critical support for individuals to live, learn, work and participate in their community, and also supports families who care for individuals with disabilities. MCBDDS is a Human Services Levy-funded agency.