Shredding personal documents will be free. University-related documents will be shredded for $10 per load. Everyone is asked to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
“We are excited to be hosting a safe and practical way for our community to have ‘peace of mind’ about their documents by shredding them securely,” said Solid Waste and Recycling Manager Dave VanDeventer. “Identity theft continues to be a problem in our society, and it is great for the environment because the paper is recycled after it is shredded.”
Kite Hill Recycling Center
Kite Hill Recycling Center is a full-service recycling drop-off center and serves the University as a hub for recycling services. It benefits off-campus students and the community at large to use those same services.
Services at the drop-off center area include recycling of such items as plastic bottles, metal cans, glass, paper and cardboard. It can accept larger metal objects and certain construction debris, such as wood, concrete, brick and asphalt.
There is a location for used motor oil and oil filters as well as a separate place for cooking oil. By appointment, it will accept electronic waste, lead acid batteries, mattresses, toner cartridges and clothing and household items that can be donated.
You can find out more information about the services and hours of operation on the website.
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