Free Document Shredding & Electronics Recycling Event


Henrico Police and the Henrico Solid Waste Division have partnered to bring you this FREE Crime Prevention Program to STOP IDENTITY THEFT.



• 2 boxes (10x13x18) full
• OR 3 paper grocery bags full
• Personal documents only
• DO NOT USE PLASTIC BAGS to bring shredding materials; paper bags or boxes only
• NO recyclable paper items accepted


FEE TO RECYCLE THE FOLLOWING *These items contain leaded glass / mercury and require special handling
• $23 fee for TVs less than 27″
• $30 fee for TVs larger than 27″
• Payment is accepted by cash or check only

• Computer systems (hard drive, CPU, monitor)
• Printers
• Computer accessories (cables, wires, keyboards, mice, speakers, etc.)
• Copiers
• Scanners
• FAX machines
• VCRs
• Camcorders
• Stereos
• Microwave ovens

• Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)
• Refrigerators
• Dehumidifiers
• AC units

DO NOT place electronic items in the bags or boxes with your shredding items. This will jam machines. Electronic recycling is separate from document shredding.

COVID-19 Protocols

All items for recycle and shredding should be placed in a location accessible by on-site staff. Residents will not get out of their vehicles. 

• Please remain in your vehicle at all times
• Facial coverings are recommended when communicating with a Henrico County representative
• All Henrico County representatives will wear facial coverings when within 6 feet

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38th Annual National Night Out

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Together, we are making that happen.

Join Henrico Police and more than 38 million people in 16,000+ communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases worldwide.

The night will be alive with cookouts, block parties, ice-cream socials, parades and other fun community events in celebration of National Night Out. Join us — lock your doors, turn on your front porch lights and spend the evening outside with your neighbors and Henrico Police.

All COVID-19 safety guidelines should be followed by all event coordinators and attendees.

Is your neighborhood on our list of events? If not, be sure to register your neighborhood’s event with Henrico Police by Tuesday, July, 20 2021 so we can make plans to stop by. While we cannot guarantee it, we do our very best to have a Police Division and/or Henrico County representative stop by every event registered with us.

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