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As the University rolls out certain directives in response to COVID19  you may experience a possible service alteration to your current shredding scheduling service.

On Monday 3/16 - Records Management - Shredding Services will be on a limited service procedure. We will be placing over-flow bins in certain central locations within key buildings.

This interim procedure will reduce possible exposure to the university community as well as protect us as our workforce gets reduced due to the recent HR policies.

Please do not over stuff any service bins.  If your service bin is full please send an email to the following:

Please provide the following information

  • Contact Name
  • Contact telephone#
  • Bin #

As noted, we are planning to provide larger shred barrels to help alleviate any potential PHI overflow during the interim service.

Of note we ask that you only place material that is truly work related and confidential.  Please refrain from material that should be recycled (mail from home, local grocery store fliers, faxes from pizza restaurants and the like).

The Records Management department under Business Services provides information to campus departments regarding the proper procedures for retaining and discarding university records. The program assists departments with developing a "Records Retention and Disposal Schedule," which would be in compliance with federal and state regulations.

Every office and department on campus is faced with the challenge of storage space, as well as decisions about which records to keep and which to discard. Records Management assists departments with these decisions and provides effective solutions for the proper retention of university records, special collections and university archives. We strive to achieve economy and efficiency in the creation, maintenance, and disposal of public records

Records management affords legal protection for the institution by satisfying federal and state statutory requirements and insures that historically significant records are preserved to document the great history of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. 





Please provide the following-
Bin #
Contact person

  • If you are having difficulty logging into the Infolinx Records Management system, please contact us at for further assistance. Thank you.

  • Records Management provides confidential document destruction services; it is the university's confidential document destruction service provider. All departments should use Records Management for their document destruction needs. Contact Steve Dalina for more information-