In an effort to conserve the earth’s limited natural resources, Brookfield has instituted a recycling program at the building. All tenants are encouraged to participate in this program, which not only serves to protect our environment, but also helps reduce operating costs.
How the Recycling Program Works
Each workstation and/or desk will be supplied with a recycling container where the paper products noted below must be deposited.
| Glossy Paper
|| Brown Kraft Paper
| Computer Paper
|| Photocopy Paper
|| Envelops (all)
| Fax Paper
|| Gummed Paper
|| File Folders
| Telephone Books
|| NCR Paper
The following items should not be deposited in the recycling containers and must be placed in waste receptacles:
| Blue Print Paper
|| Plastic Bags
|| Beverage Containers/Lids
| Food Items
|| Carbon Paper
| Straws & Stir Sticks
|| Paper Towels
|| Plastic Envelopes
Each office will also be provided with one or more large recycling boxes to be placed in areas that generate large volumes of recyclable paper.
The Housekeeping Staff will remove the contents from the large recycling containers each night; when ¾ full or upon tenants request. The small individual boxes are the responsibility of the tenants (usually the individual working in that area) to empty into the large central boxes for disposal.
Royal Centre participates in a recycling program for pop cans, bottles and juice boxes. Each office will be supplied a blue recyclable container.
The Housekeeping Staff will remove the contents from the container as required. If you wish to participate in this program, please designate a location within your premises for your employees to dispose of these items. The housekeeping staff will pick them up on a nightly basis. All proceeds are donated to local charities.
Please contact the Property Management Office to obtain initial or additional recycling containers.