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Shred for the Cure is back!

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, C.O.P.S. is launching its 5th “Shred for the Cure” campaign for Susan G. Komen!

 

Midwest Fiber's Sister Company, C.O.P.S. Paper Shredding, is excited to start the next "Shred for the Cure" this October! The initiative has seen increasing levels of participation since it began in 2012, and the last 4 years produced a total donation amount of $17,727.64! This contribution wouldn’t have been possible without the involvement of businesses supporting the initiative by scheduling their shred jobs with C.O.P.S. during the month of October.

 

How does Susan G. Komen use donations?

Since 1982, Susan G. Komen has served millions of people in over 60 countries worldwide by funding more than $889 million in medical research, over $1.95 billion in medical care, and providing community education.

With your help, we can make this another successful “Shred for the Cure!”

 

How can you participate?

Schedule your shred jobs with C.O.P.S. in October, and a portion of the proceeds will go towards the donation to Susan G. Komen. Just call (866) 427-4733 to speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives.

 

Look for Pink!

 If you’ve been a part of this initiative in the past, you may remember seeing the color pink! We’re excited to style pink again this year, so don’t be surprised to see our Security Specialists using pink shred bins, and brace yourself for bright pink paper.

 

Please join us this year as we embark on the next “Shred for the Cure!”

 

 

Pink shred bins

 

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It takes 95% less energy to recycle aluminum than it does to make it from raw materials. Making recycled steel saves 60%, recycled newspaper 40%, recycled plastics 70%, and recycled glass 40%. These savings far outweigh the energy created as by-products of incineration and landfilling.

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