What's the fastest and most effective way to go through and get rid of lots of papers you don't want and need, if you don't have a shredder?
Hi. I have a huge collection of papers I have collected, since I have lived at my present residence, over the years. You might say I am a pack rat. I have a lot of papers that I have saved and accumulated for over a decade.
My family and I want to move, and I need to focus on going through and throwing a lot of these papers out. I have to do this myself- my family and I are planning on moving, and we don't expect to take a lot of stuff with us. I don't have a paper shredder.
What's the fastest and most effective way to go through and get rid of lots of papers you don't want and need, if you don't have a paper shredder?
I am open to suggestions. Please help- thank you.
recycle them. simple
Depending on where you live your local government may offer free shredding days. Staples and Office Depot offer "secure shredding" for a minimal fee - this will ensure your personal info is safe.
There are free shredding days
I would pitch them into any dumpster marked cardboard only. They probably take them.
Step 1: build a bonfire. Step 2: throw papers on. Step 3: invite family and friends over. Step 4: have a hotdog roast complete with s’mores. Step 5: enjoy your evening.
If you have an outdoor grill, it is an ideal place to BURN the papers. It isn't the least bit more dangerous thanusing it to cook.
just put thenn in boxes and throw the box in the dunnpster
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