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Sensitive Tax Documents? Recycle Them During Tax Files Recycling Program

The City's annual Residential Tax Files Program runs from April 19 to April 26.

Do you have sensitive documents left over from completing your taxes you would like to get rid of? 

You can safely recycle those documents and related files during the City's annual Residential Tax Files Program, hosted by the Environmental Services Department and Allan Company. 

From April 19 to April 26, the City's Miramar Recycling Center will provide secure containers for residents looking to drop off old files, tax returns and other paperwork. 

Only one banker's box of residential tax files will be accepted by Allan Company. Allan Company operates the Miramar Recycling Center. A banker's box is approximately 10 inches high, 15 inches wide and 25 inches deep. 

Once the program ends, the documents will be securely transported, shredded and recycled at an off-site location. 

The program is free for City of San Diego residents. 

Miramar Recycling Center is located at 5165 Convoy Street, San Diego, 92111. It is open from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day of the week. 

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