Shred-Fest this Saturday in Victorville, open to all locals | Local News

VICTORVILLE —  Are you looking to off-load some of your old paperwork, TVs, appliances, mattresses, and more? Take advantage of the Free Shred-Fest, Compost Giveaway, and Recycling Event at the Victor Valley Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. This event will feature drive-through document shredding, a compost giveaway, electronic waste and appliance disposal, and mattress and box spring recycling. All activities are free and open to residents of the High Desert. The Victor Valley MRF is located at 17000 Abbey Lane in Victorville, near Stoddard Wells Road.

Free Shred-Fest: High Desert residents can bring up to four banker boxes of paper documents to be shredded. A shredding company will be on site so residents can watch as their documents are shredded. Shredding will occur from 8 a.m. to noon or until the shred truck is full. To facilitate social distancing, attendees should load boxes of paper in the trunk of their cars to be unloaded by workers.

Free Compost Giveaway: Area residents can pick up free compost during this event. Residents need to bring their own bins to transport compost home. Burrtec employees will load the bins. The limit is 50 gallons total per household.

Free Drop-off of TVs, Computers, Appliances, Scrap Metal, and E-Waste: Area residents and businesses can drop off TVs, computers, scrap metal, and appliances for free.

Free Recycling of Mattresses & Box Springs: Twin, full, queen, and king mattresses and box springs can be dropped off for free by residents. Futon mattresses are also accepted. No sleeper beds, crib mattresses, or mattresses from businesses will be permitted.

CRV Bottle and Can Buy Back: The MRF’s buy-back center will be open for those who wish to redeem CRV bottles and cans for cash.

Attendees must remain in their vehicles until instructed by an attendant to unload their items.

COVID-19 protocols for the event will be as follows:

• Social Distancing is encouraged for all.

• Those who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or who have a fever of 100.4 should not attend.

Entering the event area is a self-attestation by attendees that their temperature is less than 100.4 and they are free of COVID-19 symptoms.

The Victor Valley MRF serves as the processing center for recyclables from Apple Valley and Victorville’s curbside and commercial/business recycling programs. The MRF is also a buy-back and drop-off recycling center open to the public and businesses. It is regularly open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed Saturdays and Sundays except for special events.

The City of Victorville provides year-round free and convenient disposal options for residents. Visit VictorvilleCA.gov/DumpItRightVV to learn more. Help us keep Victorville clean, and DumpItRightVV! Thanks to the City’s free disposal services, it’s easier than you think to dispose of unwanted items the right way.

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