Green Building Initiatives & RecyclingLexa Kallasorg
Green Building Initiatives
Hines and 321 North Clark are committed to improving our building’s environmental impact. 321 North Clark has been Energy Star certified since 2007 and has maintained LEED Gold status since 2011. Additional building recycling initiatives include light bulb recycling, mercury reduction through non-mercury or low mercury lamp purchasing, and landscape waste composting. The building seeks to use the most sustainable options in green cleaning; including using green friendly paper products such as recycled content and coreless toilet paper and 60% recycled fiber paper towels.
321 North Clark Tenant Recycling Programs
Battery– Batteries can be recycled in the freight elevator lobby vestibule located in the building’s main lobby. The blue battery collection tube is located in the west side of the vestibule.
Cardboard/Paperboard– Flattened cardboard can be placed in the freight elevator lobby on your office’s floor.
Compost/Organics – NEW! Offices participating in the organics recycling program will have specified collection bins placed in strategic locations in your suite. Organic material such as food waste, floral, used coffee filters and grounds, and soiled paper goods (tissues, paper towels, napkins, and uncoated take out containers) can be composted.
Electronics– Unwanted electronic items can be placed in the freight elevator lobby on your office’s floor.
Glass/Plastic/Metal– Glass, plastic (numbers 1 – 5 and 7 only), and metal are collected in a single collection container within your suite.
Ink and Toner– Used ink and toner cartridges can be placed in the freight elevator lobby on your office’s floor.
Office Paper/Mail/Newspaper– Paper recycling collection bins are provided desk side or in a designated large bin in your suite.
Each year, 321 North Clark celebrates green initiatives on both Earth Day, held on April 22nd, and America Recycles Day on November 15th. Information about annual events will be disseminated prior to the date of the event. Past events have included paper shredding and office supply collection drives.
For further information on building recycling services, please contact building management at 312-288-2900.