Shred Evidence at WeHo’s Shredding and Electronic Waste Collection

Photo by Paulo Murillo for WEHO TIMES

The City of West Hollywood will host a free document shredding and electronic waste collection event for residents and businesses on Saturday, July 24, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center employee parking lot, located at 355 N. San Vicente Boulevard. Community members are invited to bring confidential files and unwanted electronics, including hard drives, for shredding and recycling.

E-waste will be handled by certified electronics recycler, Homeboy Recycling, in a way that protects the planet and keeps data safe while creating jobs for people in the region facing serious barriers to employment. All electronics are accepted, with the exception of hazardous materials, large appliances, thermostats, light bulbs, and batteries.

The free event will take place on This is a drive-through event only, no walk-ups will be accepted. Items being dropped off will be picked up from the trunk of cars. Drivers need to stay in their vehicles at all times. All e-waste and documents must be in the trunk prior to arrival.

This waste collection event will adhere to revised COVID-19 guidelines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and California Department of Public Health. Masks should be worn by unvaccinated individuals; masks are not required for fully vaccinated individuals.

For more information, please contact Matt Magener, Environmental Programs Coordinator, City of West Hollywood, at (323) 848-6894 or at

The City of West Hollywood remains in a declared local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. West Hollywood City Hall and many public City buildings and facilities have been shut to in-person transactions as services were transitioned to a virtual environment to safeguard community health and safety.

The City of West Hollywood is implementing plans to reopen in-person services at City Hall in July 2021; details will be forthcoming on the City’s website City Hall remains fully accessible for services with transactions to be conducted by phone (323) 848-6400 and via the City’s website.

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Tom Smart
Tom Smart
1 year ago

I hear The Trump Crime Family is showing up with several truckloads of evidence to be shredded.