We Recycle

We believe a sustainable future starts at home.

Commonwealth Sciences is committed to recycling and the environment. We separate and recycle approximately 80% of our waste including paper and plastic products, glass, returnable cans and bottles, etc. We purchase office products that are made of recycled materials and post consumer waste. Our facility has been updated with high efficiency building products and low consumption electrical and plumbing fixtures.

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