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Confidential Materials

Confidential Materials
Beverage Containers
Confidential Paper
Cardboard
Mixed Paper
Ink and Toner Cartridges
Plastic Film
Glass
Batteries
Metal
Electronics Waste
Wood Products

What is it?

Confidential materials, including:

Confidential Papers
  • Tests
  • Exams
  • Financial Records
  • Secured Documents
  • etc.

How do I recycle?

Shredded Material

All confidential material is disposed of in locking recyclable containers that are available upon request. Please enter a customer request in AIM to schedule a delivery and pick-up.

Help Us Out

All shredded paper should be discarded into a clear recyclable collection bag which is provided by the Housekeeping staff upon request.

Where does it go?

Confidential material disposal is determined by customer request. Two methods are used:

1) Taken immediately to burn incinerator and destroyed in order to generate documentation of destroyed material.

2) Taken to South Main Recycling center for shredding and recycled.

Where

JMU in action

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In the interest of recycling, JMU has destroyed an average of 12 tons of confidential material by incineration yearly. JMU recently purchased an industrial shredder that will allow destruction of confidential material to be sold and used to manufacture recyclable products