Chesterbrook Campus complies with Pennsylvania and Tredyffrin Township’s mandatory recycling procedures and we ask that you join us in this endeavor.
Studies show that each office worker throws away an average of a half-pound of recyclable paper every day. That is the equivalent of 1.2 tons a year from an office of just 20 employees. Over 20.4 trees and 819 gallons of oil are needed each year just to keep an office of 20 employees afloat in paper.
Your participation in this program does make a difference.
For every piece of paper you recycle, you will protect the environment, save natural resources, conserve scarce landfill space and reduce disposal costs. The Chesterbrook Property Managers are available to explain the program to your employees.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.
Office Paper - Cardboard Boxes
Every employee will be provided a "Recycle Now" container. ALL recyclable mixed office paper should be placed in the employee's recycle container. Cardboard boxes should be marked trash and will be handled by the janitorial staff. The janitorial staff will empty the recycle container nightly.
All non-recyclable items should be placed in the employee’s existing container located at each desk or at a designated receptacle. The janitorial staff will empty these containers nightly.
All food waste items (apple cores, etc.) should be disposed of in the kitchen receptacle or in a designated area receptacle. The janitorial staff will empty these containers nightly.
Acceptable Recycling Materials
- Accounting Ledgers
- Air Freight Envelopes
- Computer Printout Paper (Laser and Laser Free)
- Bond Paper booklets, Bulletins, Flyers and Newsletters
- Calculator Tape
- Carbonless Forms (NCR Paper)
- Colored Paper
- Computer Paper
- Copier Paper and Wrappers
- Envelopes (with or without windows or labels)
- Index Card Ledger Paper
- Manila File Folders (all colors)
- Manuals with glued bindings
- "Post It" Notes
- Scratch and Message Pad Paper
- Tabbed Dividers
- Text Books
- Window Envelopes
- Blue Prints
- Carbon Paper
- Bathroom Waste Paper (towels and toilet paper)
- Cups, Plates and Trays
- Food Wastes, Wrappers or Containers
- Foil Products
- Gummed Labels & Label Backing in sheets
- Lunch Bags
- Metal (except small amounts of staples and paper clips on paper)
- Paper Towels/Tissues
- Printer Cartridges
- Recording Tape
- Rubber Products
- Spiral Binders
- Strapping metal, nylon, plastic
- Styrofoam Cups & Packaging
- Wood Products
- Writing Implements
Paper clips, rubber bands, scotch tape and staples on paper need not be removed.
However, you can further reduce waste by saving paper clips and rubber bands for future use.