|HOCU recently hosted their first Shred-It Day for community members since the COVID-19 pandemic began 18 months ago. Despite more challenges compared to previous years, HOCU managed to make the event contactless and keep participants, volunteers, and staff members safe. Members remained in their vehicles unless unloading items, and masks and social distancing were required.|
This year’s Shred-It Day was the most successful to date with a very positive turnout from community members. Some members even waited in line an hour early before 9:00 am to shred their documents. Overall, more than 2,750 pounds of paper were securely destroyed and recycled on-site.
“We were thrilled to finally bring back this event and help our community dispose of their documents securely,” said Mark Munemitsu, President & CEO of HOCU. “Our team worked hard to ensure the health and safety of our members, volunteers, and staff, and it paid off. We appreciated everyone for following guidelines and preparing ahead of time to make this Shred-It Day as smooth as possible.”
Due to the event’s success, HOCU plans to host the next Shred-It Day in early 2022.
Please call 808-777-5646 if you have any questions.