L.E.E.D Projects by ESP Dumpsters in Collier & Lee Counties

 
Material Recycling ESP Waste Disposal Service  Naples, FL
 
Doing your Part—Saving the planet has never been easier. With our exclusive L.E.E.D. project, we make it simple to not only recycle paper, plastic and aluminum, but other items as well. Our advanced technology and processing techniques are unrivaled. Call us today and let our expert staff get you started down the path to a green future!
Recycling is one of the best things we can all do to help keep the planet beautiful for generations to come. With new regulations being added all the time, it is crucial for businesses and residents to have the right waste collection solutions. Business customers may also be able to take advantage of added tax or rebate benefits, so responsible recycling is ‘everybody's business.'
 
ESP Dumpster and Waste Disposal uses separate, designated containers for each material. Billing documents reflect the same separations and weight. We rebate back to you 100 percent of the metal and steel collections. Some designated waste sites will allow co-mingling of cans and metal and document a percentage of recyclable material. ESP Management sends you a spreadsheet documenting all activity thoroughly, so you can qualify and submit for your credits in an accurate and professional manner.
Our L.E.E.D. program offers a great way to solve your “green” efforts affordably. Below are some of the details, and we welcome calls to answer any additional questions. Grants are available on designated projects, allowing the builder to receive an incentive for “going GREEN.” Some examples of material and resource points:
  • FIRST LEED PROJECT IN COLLIER COUNTY
  • Edison State College's First LEED Gold Project
  • Edison College - Collier Campus
  • 7007 Lely Cultural Pkwy, Naples, FL 34113-8977
  • Early Childcare Development Center, Bldg K
Since the introduction of LEED in Florida in 2001, less than 100 projects statewide have earned LEED Certification of any level and less than 25 have earned Gold. This is not only Edison College 's first LEED project, but the first LEED Certified project in Collier County. With an original goal of only 26 credits and basic Certification, Edison 's first LEED project has earned 40 credits (39 needed for Gold).
• Over 75% of construction waste recycled and diverted from landfills
Materials & Resources 13 Possible Points
Credit 2.1 Construction Waste Management, Divert 50% from Disposal 1
Credit 2.2 Construction Waste Management, Divert 75% from Disposal 1
Credit 7 Certified Wood 1