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One Hundred Oaks Recycling Program
At Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks recycling containers for the collection of non-confidential paper, aluminum, and plastic containers (resin codes #1-7) are available in staff break rooms and back of house office spaces. Service Management Systems (SMS) Environmental Services staff collects recyclables from these bins each day. Confidential paper should be recycled through Secure Shred paper bins and not the general recycling bins due to patient confidentiality concerns. Large, cardboard containers should be left by the store room where boxes are broken down and then taken to the compactor for recycling by housekeeping.
For more information about recycling at One Hundred Oaks, please contact Steve Stenhouse, One Hundred Oaks Facility Manager.
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