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 a “Blue Recycling Container” where the products noted below must be deposited.
|Copy & Multipurpose Paper
||Card & Cover Stock
||Supply Boxes/File Folders
||Steel Food Containers
|Glass Bottles & Jars
||Plastic Screw-Top Bottles
|| Paper cups/Paper Coffee Cups
The following items should not be deposited in the “Blue Recycling Container” and must be placed in waste receptacles.
||Plastic Take-Out Containers #6
||Polystyrene Containers #6
|Latex & Rubber Gloves
Each kitchen will be supplied with an “Organics Bin” where the products noted below must be deposited. These bins will be emptied each evening.
|Soiled Paper Towels
Areas that generate large volumes of recyclable paper, larger blue containers will be supplied. Also recycling containers will be supplied to kitchen and lunchrooms for glass and can recycling. Please contact the Property Management Office to obtain additional recyclable containers.
The Housekeeping Staff will remove the contents from all “Blue Recycling Containers” each day to complete the process.
Where there are coffee stations, we recommend that the Tenant use heavy-duty plastic bags in their garbage containers to eliminate any liquids from leaking on to the carpets. Coffee stains are especially difficult to remove.