Electronic Waste Recycling
Electronic waste (e-waste) contains hazardous material that must NOT be disposed of in the building’s trash or recycling stream. E-waste must be collected and disposed of via a certified e-waste recycler. The Property Management Office has more information about collection times and/or the e-waste collection location at the building. All drop off of personal or business e-waste for recycling at the building is at your own risk. Before dropping off the equipment for reuse/recycling, it is your responsibility to: (a) delete the data on the hard-disk drives and any other storage devices in the equipment; (b) back up or transfer any data prior to deletion; and (c) remove any removable media, such as diskettes, CDs, or PC cards. Neither the Owner nor Owner’s Agent will verify removal of confidential data that may be stored on Tenant’s personal or business electronic equipment before being recycled. Owner and Owner’s Agent, Shorenstein Realty Services, L.P., accept no liability for loss of confidential data or software.
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LIFE SAFETY & SECURITY
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