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    Pru has a ChargePoint Electric Vehicle Charging Station, located on P2. To sign up, click here. Contact the Parking Garage to set up a charging time for your vehicle.


    Recycling 101

    Pru offers a recycling program. Recycling bins are provided for each tenant’s suite and workstation. Additional bins may be requested through the Office of the Building and will be provided at no charge.

    Please follow the list of acceptable and unacceptable materials as listed below when disposing of or recycling various items.

    The following are acceptable materials and should be placed in the deskside blue bins and tall open-top blue bins in your copy room:

    • Adhesive notes
    • All envelopes
    • Cardboard
    • Catalogs
    • Cod paper
    • Computer paper
    • Corrugated boxes
    • Letterhead
    • Magazines
    • Manila folders
    • Books
    • Staples
    • White paper

    Commingled materials should be put in the kitchen/pantry recycle bins:

    • Aluminum cans
    • Steel cans
    • Bi-metal cans
    • Plastic water bottles
    • Glass drinking bottles

    Please do not place the following in the blue bins, as they can contaminate recyclable materials:

    • Food wrap
    • Tissue products
    • Wet paper
    • Rubber bands
    • Stickers/Labels
    • Non-paper packing material



    Pru has a Collection Center for the recycling of plastic bags and household batteries. The Collection Center is located in the Mail Room on the Mezzanine level of Pru One (in the second-to-last elevator bank). All batteries must be either packaged in their own separate sealed baggie or have both terminal ends taped as to prevent short circuiting, arching and/or damage to the battery or its terminal ends (terminal ends are the exposed metal ends, or the “+” and “-” ends). You may use any type of tape. This regulation was put in place due to several incidents of batteries catching fire during transportation to and from Collection Centers.

    Below is the list of batteries accepted:

    • Alkaline
    • Nickel Metal Hydride (NiHM)
    • Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cad)
    • Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
    • Lithium Sulphur
    • Magnesium Zinc
    • Mercury
    • Silver

    For more information about recycling, please call
    The Office of the Building
    phone icon(312) 565-6700.


    Pru is actively recycling electronics, light bulbs and ballasts.
    We make it easy to recycle electronic waste:
    Examples include:

    • Florescent bulbs
    • High-intensity discharge lamps
    • Ballasts
    • Batteries
    • Electronic waste



    • Computers, monitors, modems, circuit boards, floppy and tape drives, keyboards, copy machines, phones, printers, scanners, TV’s, speakers, VCR’s, and more. Please contact the Management Office for accepted materials and to schedule a pick-up.
    • Pru’s e-waste recycling vendor, Ecotronix, will separate and make all materials reusable, redirecting them from Illinois landfills.


    Electronic Waste:

    Option 1:
    You can submit an Angus request for disposal of electronic waste by selecting RECYCLING under Request Type.

    Option 2:
    You can contact Ecotronix directly to arrange a pick-up for your electronic waste items directly from your office. Ecotronix can be reached at (888) 495-5510 or

    Light Bulbs & Ballasts:

    Lights are now automatically recycled by our light bulb recycling vendor, Everlights. A recycling fee will be added to the Angus request charge, and this will be incorporated into the cost of a replacement light bulb.

    Keep It Local!


    Pru would like to thank everyone for supporting the Farmer’s Market. For more information on the Chicago’s Farmer’s Market go to


    Located at 66 East Randolph Street
    Tuesday – Friday
    11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

    11:00 A – 4:00 PM

    The Farmstands promise – local, delicious, and edible – is fulfilled by hundreds of products, all from within 250 miles of Chicago.

    You can reach them at (312) 749-8419.

    Leed Certification

    Pru is very proud of its LEED® GOLD Certification. Pru’s LEED® Gold certification reinforces its commitment to the environment and its tenants!

    Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rates buildings for compliance in the following categories:

    • Sustainable Sites
    • Water Efficiency
    • Energy and Atmosphere
    • Materials and Resources
    • Indoor Environmental Quality

    For more information on LEED, please visit

    Other highlights from which Pru achieved Gold certification include:

    • 30% more energy efficient
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