Gone for Good has relocated to their new facility at 5100 Fulton Drive in Fairfield. With the increased space, they will be able to provide more recycling services to the community and local businesses. Gone for Good is a jobs program for people with disabilities through United Cerebral Palsy of North Bay
Over 200 people attended their Grand Opening / Open House on January 24, which included a ribbon cutting ceremony, along with tours of their new faciity. See photos.
For the fifth year, Gone for Good has provided free monthly recycling and papershredding events for local residents in downtown Fairfield. This very popular event is open to all local residents, business and non-profits. See 2019 Calendar of Events.
During 2018, Gone for Good collected, shredded, and recycled 48,000 lbs. of confidential papers, recycled 32,000 lbs. of electronic waste, and repurposed 723 lbs. of used clothing.
Since 2014, Gone for Good has shredded and recycled 212,000 lbs. (106 tons) of confidential papers, recycled 110,275 lbs. (55 tons) of e-waste, and repurposed 3,773 lbs. (2 tons) of used clothing.
An average American car weighs 2 tons, so 106 tons is equivalent to 53 cars in weight of confidential papers collected, shredded, and recycled by Gone for Good’s staff in the past five years!