Shredding of papers which contain identifiers like dates of birth and social security numbers is paramount in protecting one’s personal information from identity thieves. The attorneys and staff at Howland Hess O’Connell make every effort to protect this information, and so should you!
Montgomery County is hosting a series of Paper Shredding Events for consumers only (no businesses). The closest shredding event to our offices in Montgomery County is scheduled for July 23, 2016 from 9 a.m. to noon at Abington Junior High at 2056 Susquehanna Road in Abington, PA 19001
There is a two box limit per vehicle dropping off papers. Paperclips and staples are okay. All other binding material must be removed.
Our attorneys and members of our staff will also be taking advantage of two other recycling events provided to all county residents. Household Hazardous Waste Collections have been scheduled. The two nearest to our offices in Huntingdon Valley are May 14, 2016 from 9 am to 3 pm at Temple University’s Ambler Campus off Butler Pike in Ambler, PA AND June 18, 2016 from 9 am to 3 pm at Abington Junior High on Susquehanna Road. Almost any cleaner, paint, thinner, varnish, fuel, or other liquid that is hiding in your garage, basement or workshop can be safely disposed of at this collection. Also collected are fire extinguishers, rechargeable batteries, fluorescent tubes, and thermometers.
Montgomery County is also hosting an event for collecting used automobile tiresfor recycling. There is an eight tire limit per vehicle dropping them off. The site is Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell. The date of the event is Saturday, May 21, 2016. Tires will be collected from 9 am till noon.
Join Howland Hess O’Connell in protecting both your security and the environment!
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