Electronics have become endemic to all business and industry. As these devices reach their ends of life, e-waste has exploded into a worldwide environmental issue, becoming the most common universal waste that owners and managers must contend with.
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The Basics of Hand-Sanitizer Waste Disposal
People and places everywhere have been purchasing unprecedented amounts of hand sanitizer in accordance with recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). And so our country is awash in hand sanitizer, which is a hazardous waste, thus creating a problem that can only be solved with knowledgeable hazardous waste disposal.
Hazardous Waste Disposal & Recycling Recommendations and Requirements for Fluorescent Tubes
The widespread use of fluorescent lighting in business & industry makes hazardous waste disposal and/or recycling of fluorescent tubes a major operational concern for maintenance & engineering departments. Also, if you plan to undertake a complete conversion to LEDs across your facility, then you’ll need an environmentally-sensitive plan for discarding or recycling what can amount to hundreds or even thousands of “retired” fluorescent tubes.
Recycling Hazardous Waste—What Your Georgia Manufacturer Should Know
If you’re a manufacturer of hazardous materials, you might have heard about recycling hazardous waste. If you’re considering this option for anything generated at your facility, however, there are some important things you need to know before you jump into this process.