Community Shred Days

Shred days at Horizon

Horizon is hosting two Community Shred Day events where you can securely destroy your sensitive documents for free.

This event is free for all members of our community. Join us!

State College Branch
Saturday, May 6 from 9:00am - 12:00pm
2541 East College Ave, State College, PA 16801

Third Street Branch
Saturday, May 13 from 9:00am - 12:00pm
1007 East Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

What to Shred

Unless your confidential documents are disposed of securely, they could fall into the wrong hands and compromise the security and privacy of your business. Protecting the security of your printed materials is our number one priority. We’ll help you comply with data privacy legislation and keep your confidential information secure.

Knowing which documents need to be shredded is vital. Too often, sensitive information is simply thrown in the garbage or recycling bin; items like letterhead, invoices, company reports, payroll information, customer lists and even complaints are confidential and must be securely destroyed. Here’s a quick overview of the paper documents that should be shredded to avoid breaches:

Human Resources

  • Payroll information
  • Performance Reviews
  • Applications
  • Medical Records

Accounting & Information Technology

  • Customer Lists
  • Supplier Information
  • Internal Reports
  • Payroll Statements

Sales & Marketing

  • Customer Lists & Contracts
  • Strategies
  • Advertising
  • Training Information

Executive Level

  • Correspondence
  • Legal Contracts
  • Budgets
  • Strategic Reports


  • Contracts
  • Training Information & Manuals
  • Health & Safety Issues
  • Appraisals, Product & Testing, etc.

Research & Development

  • New Product Information
  • Reports
  • Formulas, Product Plans & Tests
  • Specification Drawings


  • Supplier Records
  • Supplier Specifications
  • Supplier Purchase Orders
  • Corporate Records

Items That Cannot Be Shredded

  • Batteries
  • Sharp objects or syringes
  • Ink cartridges or toner
  • Large metal objects
  • Food, glass, cans, etc.
  • Cardboard (any type)
  • Electrical items or cables
  • X-rays
  • Cell Phones
  • Adhesive labels
  • 3-ring binders
  • Pill/medication or bottles
  • Paper or plastic bags
  • Rubber or plastic “signature” stamps or notary stamps

No need to remove paper clips or staples. Folders and envelopes are okay for shredding too. This list has been provided as a guideline and is not comprehensive.