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Credit unions in Michigan and Missouri ground up a more than three tons of personal documents for members and others last week during their respective Community Shred Days.

The $192 million, 42,000-member American 1 CU of Jackson, Mich., said more than 3,600 pounds of personal documents were shredded on Oct. 18 at its Garfield Branch in Clinton Township with the help of Shred-it, a Securit Company, and said 35 to 40 trees would be spared as a result.

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