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Vesta Real Estate Group Sponsored Community Shredding Day

by Paul Saulnier
April 22, 2018

By 9:30 there were still about 30 cars in line.

Charlie Russo is always on hand to greet and direct recyclers.  He holds a bucket for cash donations to the Friends of the Rail Trail.

Action around the shredder was a lot noisier than the home version.

Ed Moloney of GMH Mortgage, an event sponsor, above left, talks with Ed Daniels of Vesta Real Estate Group, center. Also sponsoring today's recycling were Guy Oliver of Affordable Mold Removal, Greg Ross of Jensen Sheehan, Pat Pino of Pino Law Offices, and Tom Reardon of Reardon HVAC.

Bill Hatch arrived early to recycle old documents.

Robert Foster brought old documents to be shredded. His E-Type could only hold a few boxes but every little bit helps.

Old documents for the shredder and clothes for Planet Aid brought Pat Burke to the high school.

 

Mark Kaplan, a member of the Friends of the Rail Trail, was on hand to answer questions about the trail.

Margaret Miley was happy to contribute some items for the shredder.

The event grows in popularity every year. According to Ed Daniels, "we ended up filling the 11,500 pound truck full of shredding a little bit short of our noon end time. Sorry to any latecomers who couldn't get their stuff on the truck. We’re going to have to get two trucks pretty soon to handle the demand."

 

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