Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When are the building's hours of operation?
Q: How do new employees get a building ID?
Q: Is there a new staff orientation offered?
SSO offers a walk-through tour for new staff summarizing services, contacts, and building amenities.
Q: How do I report a building maintenance issue?
Q: How is construction handled?
Q: Is there an exercise facility?
Q: Is there parking at the building and what is the price?
Q: Where is the break room and what are the hours?
Q: How do I deal with trash removal?
Q: How do I deal with property removal?
Q: How do I schedule deliveries or the loading dock?
Q: How do I schedule an office move?
Q: What is the building's policy for the freight elevator?
- Door opening: 46 inches
- Interior: 11 feet high, 5 feet wide, 8 feet deep
- Capacity: 3,500 lbs.
Q: Does the building have a recycling policy?
The building works with EnviroSolutions, who has developed a "Single-Stream" recycling program that maximizes recycling rates of existing waste streams while consolidating the waste services provided on site. In short, a synergy is achieved by utilizing a single container for recycling needs. It can be achieved in any size container ranging from a ½ yard traditional recycling container up to a 42 yard compaction unit. This streamlines the recycling effort and ensures that recycling contamination is a minor event rather than a major inconvenience. The commingled waste will then be delivered to an ESI designated processing facility where the materials can be effectively sorted and marketed to manufacturers throughout the world. EnviroSolutions will develop a customized program for your facility, based on the waste characterization, prevailing waste regulations and availability of waste processing facilities.
Benefits of single-stream include:
Minimal space requirement by reducing container quantity
Reduce labor and training expenditures
Eliminate contamination issues
Maximize landfill diversion rates
At the processing facility, materials are processed and recyclables are recovered, including:
#1- #7 Recycle Plastics