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Green Tip of the Month
Do not throw away electronic equipment – recycle with a responsible/reputable recycler. Why? Electronic equipment contains harmful toxins, such as lead, mercury & cadmium. When released into the environment via improper disposal or disassembly, these chemicals can contaminate our water, land & air; damage or destroy fragile ecosystems; and, cause damage to coronary, respiratory, nervous & skeletal systems of individuals who are not using proper safety precautions when disassembling the equipment. When selecting an electronics recycling company, check that the vendor recycles responsibly – see e-stewards.org for a list of vendors in each state who recycle responsibly (click link for “Find Your Local e-stewards”). In addition, all Best Buy stores have an electronics-recycling program, though they will only accept 2 items per visit. For further information & education on the risks associated with improper disposal & handling, please see http://www.GreenCitizen.com

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Emergency Contacts


Fire Department Non-Emergency 311
Police Department Non-Emergency 311
Office of the Building (312) 565-6700
Security Non-Emergency (312) 565-6717
Security Emergency (312) 565-6716
Poison Control (800) 942-5969

Important notes

If you call 9-1-1 for a medical emergency, please be sure to notify the Office of the Building with your name, callback number, and location so that security can guide the paramedics to the correct place.

In an alarm situation, unless you have something to report, please do not call the building office.  The Office of the Building needs to attend to the situation, whether it is a false alarm or a true emergency, and telephone lines must be kept clear in the event of an emergency.