KPMG Center - Office Recycling Program
In 1989, the State Assembly passed the California Integrated Waste Management Act, known as Assembly Bill 939 (AB 939), requiring cities and counties to reduce and/or recycle 50%+ of their trash to help reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.
KPMG Center participates in a recycling program to recover paper, plastic, aluminum and glass products throughout the building, as follows:
- A small recycling container is provided to each desk throughout the office for the collection of recyclable materials.
- Large recycling container(s) are provided to each suite and placed in a centralized location (i.e., lunchroom, copier / file room, etc.) designated by the Tenant. The large recycling container(s) is used for the centralized collection of all recycling materials.
- We ask that each employee participate by emptying their individual recycling containers into the large recycling container, once it becomes full.
- Nightly cleaning personnel will empty the large recycling container(s) and remove the recyclables from your suite, once the large container(s) become Â½ full and/or as needed.
The following are tips and guidelines as to which products are acceptable to be recycled, and which are not. Please take a moment to review this information and feel free to forward it on to your colleagues and employees.