1:56 PM EST, November 12, 2012
APG Federal Credit Union hosted a free Shred-It Day at its Aberdeen, Edgewood, Elkton and Forest Hill branches on Saturday, Oct. 13. Attracting nearly 300 members, the event shredded and recycled 12,000 pounds of paper, the equivalent of saving 102 trees and 18 cubic yards of landfill space.
The annual event is designed to provide a trusted means for APGFCU members to dispose of sensitive information while recycling paper. This is the second Shred-It Day APGFCU hosted in in 2012 and the sixth year for the annual event.
APGFCU is committed to helping members protect their financial information and prevent fraud. For more information, visit APGFCU.com or call 410-272-4000.
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