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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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Policies and Procedures
Contractors & Vendors

As stated in your lease, the Office of the Building must be made aware of (and in some cases must approve), all plans for suite alterations prior to commencement of work.

Prudential Plaza enjoys strong union labor relations. The contractors and vendors who work in the building on behalf of ownership and/or its agents are union employees. For information on unions that provide services to Prudential Plaza, please contact the Office of the Building.

All contractors and vendors must provide a certificate of insurance prior to the commencement of any work. Please contact the Office of the Building for the current requirements and coverage amount.