Shred Day is scheduled 8:30-11 a.m. Wed, Oct. 24, to properly dispose of university paper records on the Manhattan and Salina campuses. Please review the university retention schedule to ensure accuracy in sending records for destruction. Further policy information governing records management includes the university’s records retention policy, PPM Chapter 3090.
Examples of documents for shredding (pending compliance with applicable retention schedules) include: Scantron forms; greenbar grade sheets; rosters printed from K-State Online, KSIS, SIS, etc.; papers with personal identity information; data with credit card information; personnel files; and more. Papers can be left in ring binders, spiral bound notebooks, file folders and hanging file folders for shredding. All paper must be dry. Continue reading “Fall 2018 Shred Day is October 24”→
K-State Shred Day is 8:30-11 a.m. today, Oct. 14, on the Manhattan and Salina campuses. K-State departments that need to securely dispose of paper documents with personal identity data (Social Security numbers, birth dates, credit card numbers, etc.) can deliver materials in designated bags or boxes to Mid-Campus Drive near the K-State Student Union on the Manhattan campus. On the Salina campus, go to the loading area between the east and west wings of the Technology Center.
K-State’s annual Shred Day collection on Tuesday, Oct. 15, removed 7,820 pounds of paper from campus departments for secure disposal. Document Resources Inc. is the contract vendor for secure recycling. Papers are shredded into tiny particles, then compressed into large bricks before recycling.