Canandaigua National Bank & Trust recently held community shred days at its Brighton, Irondequoit and Manchester-Shortsville offices.

The bank partnered with Eco Green Park to collect, shred and recycle approximately 34,880 pounds, or 17.44 tons, of material. From an environmental impact perspective, this translates to 297 trees saved, 122,080 gallons of water saved, 71,504 kW of energy saved, 1,047 pounds of pollutants kept out of the atmosphere, 88 cubic yards of landfill saved and $90,154.69 of financial value saved.

Since 2013, CNB has processed 441,152 pounds, or 220.59 tons, of materials through community shred days.