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Sample Lease Agreement*
Below is customizable sample language addressing the building’s recycling program,
indoor bin deposit and move in/out requirements to include in your lease agreements.
Note: Before including this sample language in your building’s lease agreement,
customize the items in BOLD.
ADDITIONAL TERMS OF LEASE
Garbage & Recycling Collection:
1. (BUILDING NAME) has an active recycling program that all tenants are strongly
encouraged to participate in. Recycling protects the environment, helps keep our
building clean and attractive, and reduces our disposal costs.
2. Recycling (DUMPSTERS/CARTS) are located next to or near the garbage containers.
Only recyclable materials may be placed into the recycling containers. A list of recyclable
materials is made available to each tenant upon move-in and can also be found on each
recycling (DUMPSTER/CART). Additional lists are available from the manager.
3. SECURITY DEPOSIT: As part of (BUILDING NAME)’s Recycling Program, two indoor
recycling containers will be provided to tenants upon move-in. A deposit of $(10.00) will
be charged for use of these containers and will be credited back to the tenant’s security
deposit if the containers are returned upon move out.
4. MOVE-IN AND MOVE-OUT: When moving in or out, the tenant must:
a. Place all recyclable materials in the recycling containers. Large cardboard boxes must
be broken down, flattened and placed next to the recycling containers.
b. Take all bulky items (mattresses, couches, TV’s, etc.) to a local reuse store or to the
landfill or transfer station for recycling. Information about proper disposal locations is
available from the building manager. If these items are left in the garbage and recycling
enclosure area, a $(25.00) fee for each item left will be deducted from the security
deposit.
c. Properly dispose of unwanted electronics and household hazardous waste (paint,
batteries, cleaning supplies, car batteries, fluorescent lights, etc.) at the local Household
Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Facility. Detailed information is available from the
building manager. These items MAY NOT be placed into or next to the garbage or
recycling containers. If these items are left in the garbage and recycling enclosure area,
a $(25.00) fee for each item left will be deducted from the security deposit.
NEW RESIDENT: Please initial and sign where indicated:
I have been given educational materials that explain what materials must be sorted from
my garbage and recycled____(initial)
I have been shown the building’s recycling & garbage area _____(initial)
____________________________________
Tenant’s signature
Sample Lease Agreement*
Below is customizable sample language addressing the building’s recycling program,
indoor bin deposit and move in/out requirements to include in your lease agreements.
Note: Before including this sample language in your building’s lease agreement,
customize the items in BOLD.
ADDITIONAL TERMS OF LEASE
Garbage & Recycling Collection:
1. (BUILDING NAME) has an active recycling program that all tenants are strongly
encouraged to participate in. Recycling protects the environment, helps keep our
building clean and attractive, and reduces our disposal costs.
2. Recycling (DUMPSTERS/CARTS) are located next to or near the garbage containers.
Only recyclable materials may be placed into the recycling containers. A list of recyclable
materials is made available to each tenant upon move-in and can also be found on each
recycling (DUMPSTER/CART). Additional lists are available from the manager.
3. SECURITY DEPOSIT: As part of (BUILDING NAME)’s Recycling Program, two indoor
recycling containers will be provided to tenants upon move-in. A deposit of $(10.00) will
be charged for use of these containers and will be credited back to the tenant’s security
deposit if the containers are returned upon move out.
4. MOVE-IN AND MOVE-OUT: When moving in or out, the tenant must:
a. Place all recyclable materials in the recycling containers. Large cardboard boxes must
be broken down, flattened and placed next to the recycling containers.
b. Take all bulky items (mattresses, couches, TV’s, etc.) to a local reuse store or to the
landfill or transfer station for recycling. Information about proper disposal locations is
available from the building manager. If these items are left in the garbage and recycling
enclosure area, a $(25.00) fee for each item left will be deducted from the security
deposit.
c. Properly dispose of unwanted electronics and household hazardous waste (paint,
batteries, cleaning supplies, car batteries, fluorescent lights, etc.) at the local Household
Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Facility. Detailed information is available from the
building manager. These items MAY NOT be placed into or next to the garbage or
recycling containers. If these items are left in the garbage and recycling enclosure area,
a $(25.00) fee for each item left will be deducted from the security deposit.
NEW RESIDENT: Please initial and sign where indicated:
I have been given educational materials that explain what materials must be sorted from
my garbage and recycled____(initial)
I have been shown the building’s recycling & garbage area _____(initial)
____________________________________
Tenant’s signature