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Today’s The Day to Recycle Electronics and Car Batteries Plus Shred Old Documents

April 26, 2014

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Two events today to help you recycle unwanted stuff. There’s a huge electronics recycling event at McClain Insurance in south Everett by Costco and also a document shredding event at Mountain Pacific Bank next to Aquasox Stadium on Broadway. First the Claudia McClain explains their electronics recycling event… “We’ve received countless inquiries about upcoming electronics […]

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Hey Everett…Clean This Saturday, Recycle Electronics and Shred Documents Next Saturday

April 19, 2014

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Two events next Saturday may prompt you to do some spring cleaning this weekend. Then get ready to recycle. Next Saturday there’s a huge electronics recycling event at McClain Insurance in south Everett by Costco and also a document shredding event at Mountain Pacific Bank next to Aquasox Stadium on Broadway. First the Claudia McClain […]

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Free Document Shredding and Donation of Old Cell Phones in Everett This Saturday

October 17, 2012

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McClain Insurance has teamed up with the Better Business Bureau of Western Washington for a shredding and cell phone recycling event this Saturday. The event will run from 9:00am – 1:00pm at McClain’s Insurance offices near the Costco on 19th Ave. SE in South Everett. People can bring up to three bags or boxes of […]

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Everett Documents Destroyed…On Purpose

April 29, 2011

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Just a reminder that tomorrow you can get up to 50 pounds of sensitive documents shredded for Free. Mountain Pacific Bank at 3732 Broadway in Everett is holding a Document Destruction Day. There is no charge and you don’t have to be a bank customer. Instead of throwing all of your old bank statements, cancelled […]

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