Shred and e-Cycle Event

Update: Spring Event Has Been Cancelled

Out of concern for the health and safety of our members, employees, and overall community, we have cancelled our spring event originally planned for April 18. Our next event is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, October 17. 

When the date of the next event has been confirmed, we will update this page on our website. In addition, we will also have all the details in our October 2020 newsletter. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


As the world goes increasingly digital, it can be easy to forget that paper documents can still be a major source of identity theft. For that reason, it's important to shred them safely before they put you at risk.

Our biannual shred event is happening again – you don't want to miss your opportunity this fall to shred sensitive documents, e-Cycle old select electronics and, even better, clear away space. Find a location near you and make plans to get there early: We shred until the trucks are full.

Details 

  • Saturday, October 17, 2020 (tentative)
  • 9 am – 1 pm

Locations

Western Washington

Discard Details:

  • Shred up to three grocery bags or two banker boxes
  • e-Cycle TVs, CPUs, monitors, laptops and cell phones*
  • Shred until the trucks are full
  • Bring non-perishable goods to donate to local food banks and help us do some good.

Used Bike Donations

Exclusive to our Tukwila Financial Center location, Bike Works, a local nonprofit and bike shop dedicated to making cycling accessible and affordable to all, will be collecting used bicycles. Bring your bike to the Tukwila donation site and help make a difference to a child or adult in need of two wheels.

Shred Event

Additional Details

BECU employees are onsite during the event to help members shred and e-Cycle. Documents are 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 in Spokane.

*There may be a small fee to recycle other items.

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).