Ashford Place ApartmentsBusiness Type:
Apartment CommunityServices Provided:
Multi-Family Housing CommunityAddress:
905 Pineville Point Ave
Charlotte, NC 28217Web Address:www.ashfordplaceapartments.com Facebook / Twitter Address:
Facebook.com/ashfordplaceNumber of Employees at this Location:
9Describe your current waste reduction and recycling program and/or efforts.
• CFLs in clubhouse commons areas
• CFLs in apartment light fixtures
• 1.5 gallon aerators in all faucets
• 2.0 gallon water saver showerheads (Niagara)
• Hazardous Material Recycling – CFL, florescent tubes, mercury, dry cell batteries, ballast containers
• HVAC Best Practices – Acid Testing; Reusing good Freon, “How to” guide for troubleshooting, head pressure calculations, major replacement guide
• Low VOC Paint
• Paperless options with
• Mixed use recyclingPlease describe any educational programs your company utilizes to encourage waste reduction, recycling and/or buying green products.
HVAC Best Practices – Acid Testing; Reusing good Freon, “How to” guide for troubleshooting, head pressure calculations, major replacement guide
Hazardous Material Recycling – CFL, florescent tubes, mercury, dry cell batteries, ballast containers
Coca Cola Recycle and Win Pilot Program Participant- May 6, 2013 thru August 5, 2013Please describe what you do to promote Wipe Out Waste Ambassador initiatives on-site, both internally to staff and externally to customers or visitors.
We teamed with Mecklenburg County 2 years ago and began a recycling program. We conducted meetings with representatives from Mecklenburg County and our residents to educate and encourage recycling.Please provide examples of your company’s commitment to purchase “Green Products” and the results and/or impact doing so has had on your business.
Our Phase I parking lot was seal coated using 100% asphalt based sealer. The VOC’s for asphalt based sealer are drastically less than the standard coal tar sealant. Also the asphalt does not have the harmful PAH’s that coal tar has.
The property replaced the all breezeway lighting with CFL bulbs through the Duke Power energy program. Lighting was replaced with energy efficient bulbs in all units.