Specifications include, but are not limited to: Trash/Recycle from Wastebaskets/Trash and Recycle Receptacles and other waste material labeled as trash must be removed from the building. All trash is to be put in large plastic trash bags. These bags will be sealed and disposed of in the large 6-yard green dumpsters provided. Recyclable items in blue recycle receptacles, white boxes/bins or any other receptacle known to have recycle items throughout the building are to be disposed of into the 3-yard green recycle dumpsters, where available, on the complex. Recycle items contained in a plastic bag from receptacles must be loosely dumped/disposed of into the 3- yard recycle dumpster. Empty plastic bags from recycle receptacles once dumped into the 3-yard recycle dumpster must be discarded in the regular garbage. All cardboard boxes, carton or any other large recyclable items must be broken down before discarding into the 3-yard recycle dumpster. Recycle and Trash receptacles shall always have plastic liners in them and are to be cleaned whenever there has been a liquid spill in the receptacle or if the liner has slipped and food or other particles are on the recycle receptacle or wastebasket. Plastic liners are to be replaced at least once a week or each visit if organic matter or stench is present.
Thoroughly vacuum all exposed carpeted areas. This will include all offices, public areas, and traffic areas including all corridors and path ways within office areas. All throw rugs are to be vacuumed nightly also. The only vacuum that will be acceptable in any State occupied building will be a vacuum equipped with a HEPA filtration system that meets all State and Federal legal requirements. All vacuums must have a minimum of a 12 Amp motor and be equipped with a brush with a minimum rpm of 1,000 to 1,200 for effective cleaning. All back packs that will be used to clean the modular furniture must also have a HEPA filtration system in them and all equipment will be subject to inspection and approval by the NDA’s Facility Manager or the State’s Administrative Contract Manager.