The event will shred documents and hard drives. Photo courtesy of Getty Images

Start the month off fresh by getting rid of your unnecessary documents, hard drives and recyclable items.

Lake Highlands High School Mock Trial is hosting a recycle and shred event Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the school on 9449 Church Road at White Rock Trail. Volunteers will be masked and gloved.

For document shredding on site, the first box costs $10 and each box after costs $5. Paper clips, rubber bands and staples are allowed, but binders and binder clips are not. The size suggestion is a banker’s box or tall kitchen bag.

Hard drives removed from computers beforehand can be shredded for $20 per hard drive.

Recycle accepted household items for free. Items can be in any condition, even damaged or non-working. This includes electronics, video games, multimedia items, clothing, jewelry, accessories, sporting goods and much more. A list of accepted items can be found on the Bubb Fundraising’s website.

Proceeds from the event support the Mock Trial team, a group of teenagers that placed 7th at the Mock Trial State competition last year.

Any questions can be sent to Cindy Engel at or by calling 214-458-1134.