Business Confidential Document Burn
We operate a convenient burn program to assist businesses with their confidential and/or sensitive documents.
Confidential and/or sensitive documents are dumped directly into a waste combustor for direct waste to energy incineration.
Materials are not sent through the Materials Recycling Facility (MRF).
Packing and Scheduling Guidelines
Items accepted under the Business Confidential Burn Program include materials such as:
- Tax forms
- Business records
- Items deemed “confidential”
- Items deemed “proprietary”
- Human Resource/employee documents
- Evaluate the materials you would like incinerated.
- Box up materials for incineration. Boxes will be incinerated.
- Delivery of confidential materials must be done in manageable sized boxed (like filing boxes).
- No loose or bagged up materials are accepted.
- No steel or fiber drums accepted.
- 50 lb per box maximum weight. (Limit boxes to 16″x16″x20″)
- Failure to follow the guidelines and protocols established will result in additional disposal costs and/or rejection of materials received for disposal. Any unacceptable materials received for disposal shall be returned to the party delivering materials.
- Contact Pope Douglas Solid Waste Management in advance to schedule a drop-off.
- NOTE: Drop off days are every Wednesday: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00
- Check in/sign in at Office.
- One of our friendly Scale House Attendants will guide you from there!
Thank you in cooperating with the packaging standards as boxes are unloaded manually/safety reasons
Business Confidential Burn
Tip Fee: $0.10/lb or $200.00/ton + Administrative Fee ($25.00 per transaction) + 17% *tax
*tax = Commercial Solid Waste Tax
Payments Accepted: Check and Invoice
NO Charge for Local Government, Schools, Pull-tabs generated in Pope/Douglas Counties.
Paper Shredding Options
Residents and Businesses of Pope and Douglas Counties who require paper shredding service can contact one of the providers below.
PDSWM does not offer shredding service – only onsite destruction via incineration.