JLab to Hold Lab-wide Cleanup Sept. 30 – Oct. 4

JLab to Hold Lab-wide Cleanup Sept. 30 – Oct. 4

As you may know, Jefferson Lab will hold a dedication for the Technology and Engineering Development Facility (TEDF) on Oct. 16.

In preparation for that event, the lab will conduct a mandatory, lab-wide cleanup beginning Monday, Sept. 30 and concluding at the end of the work day on Friday, Oct. 4.

The cleanup will involve all divisions and all employees.

All managers will be responsible for ensuring the participation of their individual staffs.

Test Lab and TED Cleanup Goals:  Clean up individual work areas, as well as to remove scrap wood, cardboard, metals and other non-essential items – both indoors and out.  Remove all materials from on top of lockers.  Submit storage requests for items that are not currently needed.

All Exterior Areas Lab Wide:  Neatly organize those materials that are stored outside.  Remove scrap wood, cardboard, metals and other non-essential items.

If you need assistance in determining what needs to be done to clean up your area, contact Bob Sperlazza in Facilities Management at sperlazz@jlab.org or x6241.

In the Test Lab and TED Buildings, Tom Renzo also can be contacted for assistance at renzo@jlab.org or x6594.

All recyclables and trash are to be brought to the Central Materials Storage Area (CMSA), where staff will assist you in placing wood, paper, cardboard, separated metal (aluminum, stainless, copper, steel and wire) and other recyclables in their proper bins, and trash in the proper dumpsters.

The cleanup also provides an excellent time to identify Tagged property (equipment and/or furniture, broken or usable that you no longer need) to be submitted for excess processing. To prepare for the removal of excess items, please complete an Excess Request (and work order if selected on the form) available online at https://mis.jlab.org/mis/apps/cis/property/transfer/

This cleanup is not optional. Everyone is expected to participate. Thank you for your attention to this matter.