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Q: What is the Indiana Materials Exchange (IMX)?
A: IMX is an electronic bulletin board provided by IDEM’s Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance to aid in the dissemination of information on surplus and waste materials either available from or wanted by industrial and commercial entities.
Q: How can I see what is on the IMX?
A: The IMX Web site is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Q: What materials are listed on IMX?
A: You will find a wide range materials available or wanted, in one of these 17 categories:
|3||Other Inorganic Chemicals|
|6||Oils and Waxes|
|7||Plastics and Rubber|
|8||Textiles and Leather|
|9||Wood and Paper|
|10||Metals and Metal Sludge|
|13||Containers and Pallets|
|14||Durables and Electronics|
|16||Paints and Coatings|
Q: How can I place a listing on IMX?
A: Through the Web site, you simply fill in the information on the electronic form indicating what you have available or want to find and your contact information. Once posted to the IMX website, interested parties can view your listing and make arrangements for a transfer of materials. If a transfer is made, you need to complete the transfer form.
Q: How long will my listing be posted?
A: In order to keep the IMX Web site current, listings are up for for renewal six month5v s (180 days) from posting, dropping off the database if no action is taken. Listings can be renewed indefinitely.
Q: How can I keep up to date with changes to the IMX database?
A: New listings are added on a monthly basis. Of course, you can visit the Web site, anytime. You may also opt to join the IMX ListServ which notifies you when new listings are added.