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Green Operations/Recycling

Tenants can assist in the building efforts to reduce building operating costs through energy conservation. Please make a special effort to educate your employees about the importance of using energy wisely.

Following are examples of how your employees can help in the building efforts to reduce energy costs:

  • Window treatments should be closed during those times when there is direct sun (including weekends).
  • Employees should be reminded to turn off all lights, computers, copiers, etc., when not in use or before leaving for the evening or weekend.
  • Print on both the front and the back of printed pages.
  • Purchase recycled paper and other office supplies.
  • Recycle used ink cartridges, batteries and office equipment appropriately.
  • It is also important that all building employees follow the instructions regarding what can be recycled and what needs to be discarded in the standard waste containers. See below the approved recycling list:

Yes: (Items to Recycle)

  • Office Paper
  • Envelopes
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Junk Mail
  • Cardboard (shipping/pizza boxes)
  • File Folders
  • Soda Cans
  • Soup and Food Cans
  • Plastic Soda and Water Bottles, minus caps
  • Milk Jugs and Detergent Bottles
  • All household plastics marked 1-7 (look for the recycle symbol with the number)

No: (Items that cannot be recycled)

  • Food
  • Wet Paper
  • Glass
  • Food Stained Paper
  • Food Stained Cardboard
  • Wet Cardboard
  • Bottle Tops
  • Aerosol Cans of Paint or Chemicals
  • Biohazard Materials
  • Styrofoam
  • Packing Peanuts
  • Carbon Paper
  • Wax Coated Products (such as soda/coffee cups)
  • Paper Towels

Please note:

  • Containers and soft drink cans must be completely empty
  • No Food Allowed. All food must be rinsed from containers
  • No soda cups can be recycled due to wax coating
  • Bottle caps must be removed before recycling the plastic bottle
  • Break down all large items to maximize space

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