The Summit at Lantana utilizes a color-coded system to designate the proper disposal option. For example, Blue = Recyclables, Green = Composting, Brown = batteries, and Black = Waste (landfill). Please help us to "RECYCLE RIGHT"!
Most household batteries - Lead, Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium Ion and Lithium Polymer - may be recycled at designated locations within your leased space (look for the “brown” tabletop bins) or may be dropped off at the Campus Management Office.
Composting is accepted at the Food Hall and at designated locations within your leased space (Look for the “green” bin or “green” compost sticker.)
What can be composted?
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Breads and Bakery
- Meat, Poultry, Seafood and Bones
- Coffee Cups
- Pizza Boxes
- Food Contaminated Paper Products
- To Go Boxes
- All Paper Products
- Eco Utensils
- Eco Plastic Cups
- Eco Plastic Containers
The Summit at Lantana hosts regular e-recycle events to properly and securely recycle old electronics.
What can be E-Recycled?
- Accessories (Keyboards, Mice, Cables, Speakers)
- Circuit Boards / Electronic Components
- Laptop and Desktop Computers
- Network / Communications Equipment
- (Routers, Switches, etc.)
- Peripherals (Ink / LaserJet Printers, Scanners)
- Plotters / Copiers
- Servers, Racks, and Server Peripherals
- Non Hazardous Medical Equipment
- Point of Sale Equipment
- Telephones and Telephone Equipment
- Toner Cartridges (new and used)
- Workgroup Printers
- Workstations, Servers
- Answering Machines
- CD, DVD, Magnetic Tapes
- Cell Phones, Telephones
- Game Devices (Xbox, Play Station, Nintendo, etc.)
- GPS Devices
- Stereo Systems, Radios
- Video Devices (Camera, VHS / DVD Players, etc.)
Single-stream recycling may be accepted at designated locations within your leased space or throughout the common areas (look for the “blue” bin or “blue” recycling sticker).
What can I single-stream recycle?
- White and Colored Office Paper
- Notebook Paper, Legal & Steno Pads
- Newspaper and Magazines
- White and Colored Envelopes
- Brochures and Pamphlets
- Cardboard (Broken Down)
- Folders (Manila, Coated and Colored)
- Junk Mail, Posters, Manuals
- Self-Adhesive Notes
- Aluminum Cans (Soft Drinks)
- Tin and Steel Vegetable Cans
Glass Bottles (please rinse out first):
- Green, Clear and Brown Glass Bottles
- Glass jars
Plastic Bottles (please empty first):
- #1 Plastic (Water & Drinking Bottles)
- #2 Plastic (Plastic Milk Jugs)
- #3 - #7 Plastic (Tubs and Jars)
After Recycling Right, what is left for the landfill? (Look for the “black” bins or “black” waste stickers.)
- Plastic Bags from Grocery Stores
- Potato Chip Bags
- Saltine Wrappers
- Dirty Plastic Frozen Food Trays (Non-Eco)
Yes, we collect wood pallets for composting. Please coordinate the removal of wood pallets with the Campus Management Office.