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JUNE PRUDENTIAL PLAZA NEWSLETTER
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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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Bike to Work

Prudential Plaza supports and encourages our Tenant's to "Bike to Work"

BICYCLE PARKING DIRECTIONS

BICYCLE STORAGE REGISTRATION FORM Please fill out and return to Building Security. We will then provide you access to the secured parking area.

BIKE MAPS Chicago Bikes website allows you to view or request a bike map from the City of Chicago Department of Transportation.

BIKE NETWORKING, RESOURCES AND OTHER INFORMATION Explore Chicago or get involved. The City of Chicago has a large bike community, browse through this site and see what our City has to offer.

RIDE THE CITY An interactive site! All you have to do is enter your start point and ending point and Ride the City will find a safe bike route.

BIKE LAWS This website was developed by the Bicycle Program of Chicago to inform Chicagoans of their rights and responsibilities as cyclists in the city.

Click here to download the Bike Storage Area Waiver & Release.