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Shred Event Spring

FREE Shredding and e-Cycling Event on April 28

Our biannual shred event helps members safely dispose of unwanted documents and electronics.

On Saturday, April 28, BECU members can safely destroy documents containing sensitive and personal information, and recycle unwanted TVs, computers, monitors, laptops and cell phones. Bring your documents and electronics to our participating Western Washington locations below. While you're packing up the car, we're also collecting nonperishable goods to donate to local food banks. Bring those along with you – just be sure they're separated from what you'd like us to shred!

Don't forget those cell phones!  For every cell phone recycled, Sprint will donate $1 to the BECU foundation. Learn more about the BECU Member Rewards with Sprint.

Tukwila location only: 

Bring your used bicycles to donate them to Bike Works, a local nonprofit bike shop dedicated to making bicycling accessible and affordable to everyone in the community.


(All locations will be open Saturday April 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until trucks are full)

Western Washington

Everett Mall
1402 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett, WA 98208
(North end of the mall)

BECU Federal Way Pavilions Neighborhood Financial Center 
31411 Pacific Hwy S, Federal Way, WA 98003

BECU Tukwila Financial Center
12770 Gateway Drive, Tukwila, WA 98168

Is Free Really Free?

Pay nothing to shred up to three grocery bags or two banker boxes full of paper (limits strictly enforced) and recycling of TVs, CPUs, computer monitors, laptops, and cell phones. There may be a small fee to recycle any other items. BECU employees will be on-site to help members shred and eCycle. Documents will be destroyed by Shred-it, a professional document destruction service with a mobile shredding unit. For additional details regarding the electronic recycling service, visit E-Waste in Western Washington and eCycle

Fine Print: Shredding available until trucks are full. eCycle accepts TVs, CPUs, computer monitors, laptops, and cell phones (There may be a small fee to recycle and other items).