• Soap & Hand Sanitizer Dispensers
    • Foam soap is used in lieu of liquid soap, reducing waste and operating costs.

  • Door Tissues / Safe-T Guard Tissues & Trash Receptacle

    • These dispensers and receptacles located at the door reduce waste at the source and help to curb excessive paper towel usage and floor litter, encouraging a more hygienic, touch-free and uncluttered washroom experience. 

  • Paper Towels
    • The dispenser is set to automatically dispense one paper towel when the motion is detected. Note: Because the paper towel is coreless, you may see a two paper towels dispensed simultaneously. This is not an error, but rather indicates that the second roll of paper towel has been fed so there is a continuous supply and the original paper towel is then used until completely gone.
  • Toilet Paper​
    • The dispensers are designed to hold one large coreless toilet paper roll, and a secondary, smaller roll. The first roll will be moved to the secondary slot (partial roll slot) when it can no longer be seen through the window and the first slot will be refilled with a new roll. However, the secondary slot/roll should be used until gone.  (No indicator lights are present with these dispensers.)​

  • ADA / Public Accessible Restroom
  • Green Cleaning & Sustainable Practices and Products
The Building restrooms are located on each floor of the building with one set in each wing of the building. Water fountains are located next to the entrance to each set of restrooms.  Some restrooms are located within a Tenant’s leased premises and are not available to the general public.  Common area restrooms and water fountains, available to the general public, are located on the first floor of the Building. 

Building Management coordinates the janitorial services for daily and nightly cleaning and restocking of supplies in the Building’s restrooms and locker rooms. The janitorial company adheres to Green Cleaning performance standards and practices to maintain the Building’s compliance with LEED certification.

The Building’s restroom fixtures, faucets, urinals and toilets are “low flow” reducing water waste and lowering operating costs. 

REMINDER - Do not flush feminine products, paper towels, or excessive toilet paper or seat liners in the toilets or urinals. The incorrect disposal of these items in the Building’s sewer system can lead to clogged pipes, resulting in out of service fixtures, and extensive repairs. To dispose of feminine products, please use only the proper receptacles provided in each stall.  For the convenience of our tenants, sanitary disposal bags are located on the feminine product machines for use.  

If you should find the restrooms in need of supplies, unclean or in need of repair, please notify Building Management by placing a
service request, so the necessary action and personnel may be promptly scheduled.

ADA / Public Accessible Restroom
The Building’s publicly accessible ADA restrooms are located on the first floor in the north wing. A sign indicating location of these restrooms is posted at the security desk in the lobby, as well as a handicap sticker is posted on the applicable restroom signage.

Green Cleaning & Sustainable Practices and Products
Green Cleaning focuses on products, tools, equipment, training, processes and policies that promote a healthier environment for the Building’s occupants while significantly reducing the harm done to the environment.  Green Cleaning also preserves the Building’s and Tenant’s finishes because green products are less harsh than traditional products.  They use environmentally preferable products and sustainable procedures following the requirements of the U.S. Green Building Council, Green Seal, Environmental Protection Agency, and Carpet and Rug Institute. 

 In addition, the restrooms are stocked with LEED qualified Green paper products that help reduce waste and lower operating costs, such as coreless toilet paper, coreless paper towels, foam soap and foam hand sanitizer. The dispensers have a number of indicator lights to alert the janitorial and building staff of low stock, jammed dispenser or low batteries.  A red indicator light does not necessarily mean the dispenser is out of product or broken, but that it may need refilling or attention soon.

The building’s janitorial staff, dispensers and Tenants play an important role to ensure minimal waste is thrown away by properly utilizing the products and dispensers.  Here’s how:

Restrooms

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